K-12 Programs

CREATEatUT

CREATEatUT, hosted by the Women in Engineering Program, is a summer camp for students going into their junior year of high school who have an interest in math, technology, science or engineering.

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June 12 - 15, 2019
Registration information will be available in December 2018

CREATEatUT introduces students to a variety of engineering studies and exciting career options, exposes students to female engineering role models through hands-on workshops and engineering sessions facilitated and attended by female engineering students, faculty and industry professionals. CREATEatUT focuses on a different disciplines and/or themes of engineering to provide focused hands-on activities, demonstrations and/or tours, and connections with female STEM role models.

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The registration fee is $300 per participant. This fee includes housing, meals, and programming for the entire program.

 

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K-12 Resources

Explore how engineers use their imagination and analytical skills to solve problems that change the world. Parents, teachers, counselors and students can find additional information about engineering through the following resources.

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Texas Girls Collaborative Project (TxGCP)

K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) events, conferences, competitions, camps and research programs from all around Texas.

Texas Girls Collaborative Project

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Request for Engineering Volunteers

Submit a request for classroom visits or engineering volunteers from the Cockrell School of Engineering (engineering students) and the Central Texas Discover Engineering volunteers (engineering professional in the local community).
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QUESTIONS?

Contact the Women in Engineering Program at wep@engr.utexas.edu or at 512-471-5650 for more information.