Program Description: This program will be run by a group of highly qualified faculty and student helpers. Taking this into account no stone will be left unturned in ensuring that every student who participates in this program will receive every necessary attention to help him/her stay interesting and exciting. Our curriculum and activities with the aid of technology will help maintain student interests, activities such as the Infinity project. Through Infinity, students will learn how engineering plays a role in the subjects they use every day – music, the Internet, digital imaging, video and more. In addition, tools like LEGO’s mind storm robots and TI calculators that will help students develop as sense of critical thinking, reasoning and problem solving analysis. Students will involve in building basic Lego race cars and competing in an organized onsite racing event for prizes. Overall, the instructional topics of the camp will be Infinity Project Experiments, Basic Circuits, Engineering Ethics, Engineering Applications using TI calculator, Strategies for Succeeding College, Basic Civil Engineering and Solar Cell Vehicle Design.
IMPORTANT: All applicants: Please send Dr. Ali your e-mail address and your physical mailing address.
For more details, please contact Dr. Warsame Ali at whali at pvamu.edu. His address is
Dr. Warsame H. Ali, Anne Preston Dr., 522 Electrical Engineering Department, Roy G. Perry – College of Engineering, Prairie View TX 77446
The application materials can be found at the following links.
This program is funded by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB)