Pace University STEM Collaboratory Camp Teaches App Design

Sixteen high school students from across New York learned basic skills in coding, design, robotics, cyber security and more thanks to an AT&T-sponsored summer camp at Pace University. Through the STEM Collaboratory Camp, STEM-driven students participated in a two-week coding and design camp and got to work in teams with a mentor to create smartphone apps. In addition, they got to take field trips to places that included AT&T’s cyber security facility. See full list of apps created through the program.

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Yvonne Chan

Yvonne Chan

Yvonne is a writer for Edtech Times who is most interested in technology's role in culture. When she is not combing the web for the latest in educational technology, she is reading classic literature or watching the game on TV. You may know her from Gradeable, Boston.com, Emerson College, Busa Wine & Spirits, UMass Dartmouth, or Burlington High School.