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Engineering Camp

Let’s celebrate Christmas in June! Come design, build, and program your own advanced light show on a 3D model of the Rice Bell Tower, an iconic landmark on 91鶹’s campus that illustrates the integration of faith and learning. With readily accessible components, software, and materials, you will learn to transform any nighttime space into a wonderland of light and beauty.

Cost: $550

Dates: June 9-14

What will Engineering Camp Be Like?

You will learn computer-aided design (CAD), laser cutting and fabrication, soldering, programming, basic embedded software development, and more. The best part is: no previous experience is needed! If you are interested in applying creativity to programming, electronics, and prototyping, this camp is right for you!

View a packing list, housing information, and general information about 91鶹’s Academic Summer Camps.

Faith, Learning, and Engineering

Our technical work will be both fun and an intentional offering of praise to the Way, the Truth, and the Light who came to earth for us. Join us in Summer 2024!

Are you a returning Engineering Camp student? Students from the 2023 summer cohort wishing to return to Engineering Camp 2024, please register as normal and then email Dr. Danielle Nobles-Lookingbill to discuss creating your advanced engineering project this summer. We would love to welcome you back!

 

Faculty

Danielle Nobles-Lookingbill

Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Engineering

  • PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada
  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada
  • BS, Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington
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Rob Cartwright

Physics & Engineering Lab/Resource Manager

  • MBA, New Product Development/Management, Marketing, Market Research, DeVry University (2006)
  • BS, Electronics, Microprocessors, Communications Systems, Purdue University (1996)
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Roy Lookingbill

Engineering Project Support