March 10, 2011

New CTI Academy has teens learning in motion

Posted: March 10, 2011

Teens who love roller coasters, rockets and robots need to see what the new CTI Academy is offering for summer. Middle and high school students will build, explore and discover in morning, afternoon and full-day camps offered by the College of Technology and Innovation at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus.

Camps are offered in June and July. Prices range from $150 to $300, and will be led by ASU faculty members.  Campers will engage all of their senses, working on projects in teams where they will be literally learning in motion.

Camp offerings include:

• The Art of Robots (for campers entering grades 6-9)

• 3 - 2 - 1 Take Off—rockets (for campers entering grades 6-9)

• Digital Photography (for campers entering grades 6-9 and grades 9-12)

• 2D Animation (for campers entering grades 6-9 and grades 9-12)

• Rube Goldbergineering—engineering (campers entering grades 7-12)

• C.S.I.—forensics (for campers entering grades 8-11)

• Full of Energy—alternative energy (for campers entering grades 9-12)

• Clash of the Robots (for campers entering grades 9-12)

For information about each, specific pricing, dates, times or to register, visit http://technology.asu.edu/ctiacademy or call (480) 727-1516. Space is limited.

The College of Technology and Innovation also is offering Camp Game, a unique experience in intensive video game creation, visualization and production. See http://gaming.asu.edu/campgame for dates, pricing and registration information.

Media Contact:
Christine Lambrakis, lambrakis@asu.edu
(480) 727-1173, (602) 316-5616