Camps for K-12 Students
A 3-day camp for high school girls that teaches the fundamentals of computing.
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.
Attendees will explore the fundamentals of computing from the low-level hardware of circuits all the way to the high-level logic of writing software. To embrace the diversity of the field, activities also include programming a robot and designing a video game.
This day camp will take place on UB’s North campus, with occasional trips to some of campus’s exciting research labs that apply computing to solve meaningful real-world problems. No prior experience in computing or engineering is expected.
CSExplore welcomes all high school girls entering grades 9-12 this fall to register and participate. No prior programming experience is required!
Students do not need any prior programming experience to attend. CSExplore welcomes all high school girls (entering grades 9-12 this fall) to register and participate regardless of prior computer science and engineering knowledge and background.
UB is actively monitoring developments related to COVID-19. Please check with event organizers for the most up-to-date information about scheduled events.