ASPIRE is a college pipeline collaboration between the Nevada Department of Education, NSHE, CCSD, and UNLV for current 7th -10th graders at selected Title I schools interested in STEM or health sciences and looking for support and opportunity for their high school and early college careers. SESSION IS FULL, NO LONGER ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS.
The five-week GUIC Summer Camp aims to train 40 students entering Grade 7-12 in Arduino programming and robotics design as well as integration of these tools to conduct projects in ubiquitous intelligent systems in tiered teams co-mentored by college students and STEM teachers. The summer camp includes three-week training and two-week project development. Students, of […]
Participants will live on-campus at UNLV for two weeks while they explore modes of transportation, urban infrastructure planning, pedestrian safety and various career opportunities. We also offer college preparation and life skills activities, college seminars, UNLV lab tours, field trips, peer mentoring sessions with UNLV students, and exciting group projects. SESSION IS FULL, NO LONGER […]
Saturday STEM Program is a series of model-based, inquiry experiences designed to provide interesting and exciting opportunities in STEM for elementary and middle school students. The program provides K-8 students with the opportunity to explore a major integrated STEM theme for five weeks in Fall and Spring semesters.
The Student Interactions with STEM (SISTEM) program is a series of talks and activities open to all high school students in Southern Nevada. Our Goal Our goal as a program is to “increase awareness and excitement about the STEM disciplines as a whole” through a diverse set of talks and activities led by STEM professionals.” […]
Summer Code Camp at UNLV is a FREE program for 6th-8th grade girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly way! This year’s camp will be held June 12 – 16. Code. Play. Game. Create your own video games! Design and program your own video games using code and computer science. Bring your friends! […]
Tech Trekker provides educators with access to science and engineering equipment, as well as standards-based lessons, in order to increase student engagement in STEM. We even send a student along to manage the equipment, allowing teachers to focus solely on teaching. This free service (sponsored by Nevada National Security Site) is available to all educators […]
The UNLV GenCyber is a week-long cybersecurity summer camp designed for high school students. The program aims to educate students about proper and secure online behavior, foster good digital citizenship, and encourage interest in cybersecurity careers. Students will engage in various hands-on activities covering diverse cybersecurity topics and listen to insightful stories shared by cybersecurity […]
The team of investigators from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas will employ a mix of on-site and in-class activities to introduce students to science topics and engineering methods in the context of the entertainment and hospitality (E&H) industry that is the lifeblood of Las Vegas. The Lab will help middle school students of grades […]