CU Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy
2018 CU Engineering and
Applied Mathematics Summer Academy
June 10 –15, 2018
The CU Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy is a High School summer academy for Oklahoma Residents. It is free to all participants.
The main focus of this year's academy is to allow students to study and experiment with clean water systems by learning about renewable water engineering through hands on sampling and system design. Students will work in the laboratory to enumerate pathogens in water samples, and they will then use this information to assist them in designing a portable clean water system. Following the engineering design process, students will research, design, test, and redesign their water systems. Next, using their newly designed portable systems, students will strive to maximize their clean water output through the redesign process. The final project will include a design competition of the portable clean water systems based on set criteria, and a PowerPoint presentation where students reflect on their design process and the growth they experienced during the academy.
Tentative Academy Schedule:
Day 1 – Check In, Get Acquainted Games, Self-Defense Interactive Training, CU Welcome.
Day 2 and 3 – 2 Learning sessions, begin initial design
Day 4 – Field trip (renewable water tour), and afternoon session: understanding the engineering design process, continue team designs.
Day 5 – Revise team designs, test, and compete.
Day 6 – Close, Student Presentations, Academy Jeopardy, Catered Lunch, Check Out.
*Each day will include meals and evening entertainment for academy participant
Please visit our Facebook page to view academy pictures
Dr. Sheila Youngblood
Phone: (580) 591-8005
Fax: (580) 581-7958
225C Sciences Complex
2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505