Camps for K-12 Students

campers in downtown Buffalo during the 2016 National Grid camp.

UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences engages in a wide variety of K-12 educational activities, all of which aim to stimulate interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and encourage students to be curious about the world around them.  

8/20/19
Want to make a video game? A music video? A cartoon? Bring your imagination to life utilizing Scratch coding at a UB Blossom Summer Camp, coordinated by Blossom Scholastic.
6/3/19
A week long camp for high-school juniors and seniors with an interest and aptitude for chemistry, physics, and/or mathematics.
8/20/19
The Computer Science and Engineering Department's CSExplore Camp is an exciting 3-day program designed to give high school girls an engaging, fun-filled and hands-on immersive summer experience.
8/15/19
Find out the inner workings of many products used in daily life at UB's Engineering Design Summer Camp. Each day, you will participate in hands-on activities to take a design from “art to part.”
8/15/19
Build a suspension bridge, design future cities, and use chemistry to make sweet treats at this week long camp for kids ages 7-13 years old.
8/15/19
Join us this summer at Tinker, a unique, one-week summer engineering camp for high school girls! Participants will have the opportunity to explore the diverse fields of engineering.
8/15/19
The National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) al­lows high school students to explore the state-of-practice of today’s transportation.
3/29/19
Come learn about the exciting world of cybersecurity at UB's Cybersecurity Camp. Each day, you will participate in many hands-on computer activities to learn about different cybersecurity topics.
8/15/19
The UB Sustainability Camp is a five day camp blending the STEM fields with sustainable impact around the globe. It is a unique experience combining hands on laboratory projects with field experience on campus and around the community.
5/28/19
UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and National Grid team up each summer to sponsor a four-day engineering workshop for Western New York students entering their sophomore or junior year in high school.