CSE Kids' Day was part of national Computer Science Education Week, which celebrates the birthday of Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, a computing pioneer.
Kids use breadboards to play a high-tech version of "Hot Potato." A breadboard is a rectangular plastic board filled with tiny holes that allow the user to easily insert electronic components in order to build and test early versions of electronic circuits.
Destiney Plaza, a first-year graduate student in the School of Management, blindfolds a young participant at the "program a human" station.
Tenth-grader Nathan Strong uses a remote arm developed by a group at Williamsville East High School to move a green block.
Williamsville East student Nathan Strong uses a remote arm developed by a group at his school to move a green block and set it down on the table.
Brothers Lucas (left) and Henry Strong play some robot tic-tac-toe and appear to be enjoying some success.
A young child plays with a smartphone while relaxing on seating in Davis Hall. The posters depict various aspects of computer science and engineering.
Published December 13, 2018