College of Sciences Events: by Category “Academic”

  • 2024 Competitive Programming Summer Institute

    Engineering 1

    The Summer Institute is an intensive two-week residential program for gifted and high-achieving students who have a background in Computer Science with an interest in algorithms and programming competitions. The program offers lectures on data structures and algorithms commonly seen in competitions, several practice competitions, problem reviews of those competitions, and personalized coaching from coaches and members of UCF’s acclaimed …

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  • Mathematical Exploration Summer Institute

    Mathematical Sciences Building

    The Mathematical Exploration Summer Institute is a one-week day program for high school students who are interested in mathematical exploration that goes beyond the high school curriculum. The program will offer hands-on activities, group work, and lectures given by local professors at UCF. Participants will learn about exciting mathematics, discovering new arguments, and explaining insights to their peers. Throughout the …

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  • Geo Explorer Summer Institute

    L3Harris Engineering Center

    The Geo Explorer Summer Institute is a one-week program for rising 6th and 7th graders interested in learning and applying new science technologies focused on geography, mapping, geospatial, virtual reality, augmented reality, and drone technologies through lab and fieldwork experiences at UCF. Students will engage in active learning connecting interactive lecture discussions, hands-on geospatial technology labs, collaborative research planning discussions, …

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  • Biology Summer Institute

    Arboretum

    The Biology Summer Institute is a one-week program for rising junior and senior high school students interested in seeking further understanding of Central Florida’s diverse ecosystems, from Orlando to the east coast. This program will introduce students to field techniques and experimental approaches used in water quality assessment, vegetation monitoring, forest ecology, and studies of gopher tortoises and marine turtles. …

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  • 2024 GLAMPing (Girls Leading and Making Program)

    L3Harris Engineering Center: 101

    GLAMPing (Girls Leading and Making Program) offers rising 6th and 7th grade students the opportunity to engage in the hands-on experiences of an engineering makerspace while leadership lessons provide them with the skills necessary to be STEM leaders of tomorrow. For more information, visit: http://stem.ucf.edu/glamping

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