For middle and high school students who are interested in COMPUTERS, MATH and/or SCIENCE, Shodor offers a variety of explorations to satisfy their intellectual appetites during time away from school this summer.
Middle and high school students attend separate workshops during the week Monday – Friday
Most workshops are half-day sessions
(9 a.m. – noon) and (1 p.m. – 4 p.m.)
Some are full day sessions (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.).
Summer 2014 WORKSHOPS:
|High School (rising 9th-12th)6/16 – 6/20 Programming Concepts
and Web Design
6/23 – 6/27 Advanced Programming Concepts
7/14 – 7/18 Explorations in Engineering at Sigma Xi
7/28 – 8/1 Intro to iPhone App Development
8/4 – 8/15 Shodor Scholars Program
|Middle School (rising 6th-8th)6/16 – 6/20 Explorations In Engineering at Sigma Xi
and Math Explorations at Sigma Xi
7/14 – 7/18 Forensic Science Investigations
7/21 – 7/25 Computer Programming Concepts
To register and for more information, go to: http://www.shodor.org/calendar
It is the policy of The Shodor that no otherwise qualified student should be discouraged from participation due to financial circumstances.
Financial assistance is available for all programs.
Shodor is a non profit organization and a national resource for computational science education based in Durham, NC, serving students and educators nationwide. Its mission is improving math and science education through the use of computational science (scientific computing) – modeling and simulation technologies. Locally, Shodor offers programs – workshops, apprenticeships and internships- for youth and teens to build excitement for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through interactive explorations using hands-on and computer-enhanced activities, giving them the experience they will need to pursue a technology- intensive career path.
Shodor is located in downtown Durham, in the Golden Belt complex. Location & direction information can be found at: http://www.shodor.org/parents/directions