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Weekend Robotics Workshop connects students with science and technology

Adin Gold (left), 10, a student at New Paltz Elementary School, works with Taiwo Osinowo '07 (Electrical Engineering) to construct a robotic vehicle on June 9 at the Weekend Robotics Workshop held in the Resnick Engineering Hall. Michael Otis (Engineering) led the sessions that allowed students, 9-14 years old, to design and build vehicles using the latest technology from Lego Mindstorms-NXT. The workshops - held June 9-10 and 16-17 - were sponsored by the AC2 Program, a statewide network of academic institutions that work together to provide opportunities for under-represented and economically disadvantaged students in the fields of science and technology. Funding was provided by the New York State Education Department's Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP).

Robotics Weekend