Dive into the world of computing and engineering by using Arduino microcontrollers
with Tableau - the leading analytics platform and data visualization tool! This STEM+C
(Computing) camp will feed your interest using the creative thinking process to link
coding, hardware, and data analysis. Along with learning how to control lights, motors,
speakers, and sensors – students end the adventure by making their own project that
uses collected sensory data to analyze a problem. Join the Integrated Information
Technology (IIT) Department within the College of Engineering and Computing to help
design your own innovative databot.
Special thanks to the Department of IT (DoIT) for sponsoring the Tableau licenses for this program.
Program Dates and Audience
- June 26-July 1, 2022
- Rising 9-12 grade students
- Commuting Scholar - $575
- Commuting Scholar Plus Evening - $665
- Residential Scholar - $975
Meet Your Instructor
Daniel Cummins teaches computer programming at the Lexington Technology Center, where creative application of technology is what students are pushed to explore. Mr. Cummins received his BFA and MAT from the University of South Carolina. The use of information technology through programming is where Mr. Cummins sees the most exciting potential for innovation and artistic expression.
Tony Dillon is the director of internships for the Department of Integrated Information Technology and clinical instructor for undergraduate and graduate programs within the IIT and MHIT programs. He has worked within the private and public sectors as it related to educational technology and brings numerous business partnerships and relationships to the university.