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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

High School Summer Camp Puts Spotlight on Electrical Engineering

Published on October 3rd, 2014 by Michael Prittie

High school students have a summertime opportunity to learn more about Electrical Engineering. During the summer of 2014, EECS participated in the KU School of Engineering annual Engineering Summer Camp – Project Discovery for students entering ninth through 12th grades. The purpose of the camp is to introduce high school students to a field of engineering of their choosing as it showcases the university. The camp lasts for a full week and is held once in June and again in July. The section on Electrical Engineering is taught by Lei Shi Ph.D. candidate in EE; Lei received his BSEE from KU in 2005. Read more...


Project Discovery: A Computing Experience for High School Students

Published on October 3rd, 2014 by Michael Prittie

During the summer of 2014, EECS provided a computing experience for high school students. In the one-week Computer Science camp that is part of Engineering Summer Camp – Project Discovery students build websites from the bottom up. Read more...