By Barry Warner
STEAM summer camps are designed to teach science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics to students in a fun and engaging way. These activities will enable campers to have a meaningful introduction to some of the fundamental principles of science and engineering, improve their critical and computational thinking abilities and advance their teamwork skills by collaborating with their fellow campers to create solutions.
“We are viewing two camps today from our summer program for middle school students that includes the Emerging Technologies Camp where the participants are working on drones and robots plus virtual reality and the Forensic Science Camp where youngsters will investigate and analyze evidence from a mock crime scene,” said Dr. Suzanne Reynolds, St. Thomas Aquinas College Assistant Dean and Summer Camp Director.
“We are working with Parrot drones that have three cameras, one in the front, one in the back and one