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The Art & Science of Technology

June 18-21, 2018 | Cost: $195 | Overnight Camp | Ages: 14-18

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Camp Details

Explore computing and technology with four different interesting and fun workshops over four days. Design a 3D model and bring it to life on your phone. Adopt your very own Raspberry Pi to build and take to the next level with lights, music and robotics (then bring it home to show off its tricks to friends & family!).   Classes designed and taught by WSU School of Computing faculty and are for beginners as well as those with more experience.  

Price Includes

4 days of instruction by WSU School of Computing Faculty

3 night in the Weber State dorms and all meals

Over $100 in supplies & materials 

Super cool t'shirt

Evening activities and fun

Thursday Evening Family Showcase 

Schedule

June 18th

8-8:30 am: Check-in

8:30-12 pm: Project

12:15-1:45 pm: Lunch

2-5:30 pm: Project

5:45-6:45 pm: Dinner

7-7:30 pm: Dorm Check-in

7:45-9:30 pm: Evening Activity

June 19th

7-8:15 am: Breakfast

8:30-12 pm: Project

12:15-1:45 pm: Lunch

2-5:30 pm: Project

5:45-6:45 pm: Dinner

7-9:30 pm: Evening Activity

June 20th

7-8:15 am: Breakfast

8:30-12 pm: Project

12:15-1:45 pm: Lunch

2-5:30 pm: Project

5:45-6:45 pm: Dinner

7-9:30 pm: Evening Activity

June 21st

7-8:15 am: Breakfast

8:30-12 pm: Project

12:15-1:45 pm: Lunch

2-5:30 pm: Project

5:30-6 pm: Prepare for Showcase

6-7 pm: Family Showcase

 

 

Meet the Instructors

 

Dr. Richard Fry

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Dr. Fry's current research interest involves designing and developing open-sourced software engineering and database solutions for electronic medical record systems, and consequently is the catalyst of leading the department’s study abroad initiative in Ghana, West Africa. His other area of research is in Instructional Design and e-learning, with additional emphasis in the areas of serious gaming and collaborative learning technologies. He has extensive knowledge and practical experience in systems analysis and design practices as well as current software engineering development methodologies, with a primary focus on Human-Computer Interface (HCI) interactions.

Since the beginning of his Computer Science and Information Systems career, he has been responsible for designing, programming, and developing several software programs, electronic training simulations, database projects, and dynamic websites for the United States Air Force, non-profit groups, and several organizations in both our local and global communities.

Dr. Fry was also recently honored for Community Engagement with the Lindquist Award. He has been working with a non-profit in Thailand to teach English through custom-build Android apps.


Dr. Kyle Feuz

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Dr. Feuz's current research is in the area of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and security. He is particularly interested in its application to the areas of Smart Environments, Multi-agents Systems, and Computer Security. With the seemingly inevitable rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) my goal is to ensure that we, as the users of technology, remain in control. I work towards maximizing the usefulness of new technologies while simultaneously preserving and improving privacy and security.

Dr. Feuz has also been published in numerous publications and is also the Program Coordinator for the Network Management Technology Program.


Garth Tuck

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Experienced System Network Administrator with a demonstrated history of working in the retail industry.Strong engineering and professional skilled in PHP, Databases, HTML, Web and User Experience


Faith Satterthwaite

Instructor of Computer Science

 

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Questions?

Dana Dellinger  801.626.7552  danadellinger@weber.edu