stem-camp-2021 HIGH SCHOOL CAMP 2021

Hands-on Projects

This week-long, hands-on learning experience is designed to introduce high school students to engineering, computer science, biology and technology—in a fun and memorable way. Campers will learn from and work alongside knowledgeable and experienced professors who specialize in these areas:

  • Dissections
  • Anthropometry
  • Gait Analysis
  • Muscle EMG
  • Device Modeling
  • 3D Printing
  • Motion Analysis

Biomedical Engineering

  • Learn how to build digital circuits
  • How computers count
  • Build an adder/subtractor circuit
  • How computers compare numbers
  • Learn how to program a FPGA board
  • And finally build your own calculator!

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Isolate plant DNA
  • Analyze plant genetics and GMOs
  • Test effects of pollutants on seedlings
  • Dissect plants at experimental conditions
  • Follow pollinators

Environmental Biology

  • Computer-aided Design and Drafting
  • Machinery Design and Controls
  • Thermo-fluid Sciences
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Statics, Dynamics and Mechanics of Materials

Mechanical Engineering

Accommodations & Activities

Because of COVID-19, this year’s camp will not include overnight stays in residence halls on the Indiana Tech campus. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be made available to campers each day.

Check back soon for additional details about this year’s projects and activities.

All camp activities will be at the Indiana Tech campus, 1600 E. Washington Blvd each day. Indiana Tech is not responsible for camper transportation to or from campus.


Camp begins on Monday, June 21 and ends on Friday, June 25. Each day, campers should arrive at 8:15 am and depart at 5 p.m.


Cost is $400.

Cost includes all project materials, meals on campus, a T-shirt, and all camp activities.


Camp is full for Summer 2021.

Additional Information

For more information, contact us at or 260.422.5561, ext. 2216.

Not sure where to go? Our campus map will help you find the right entrances, buildings and parking information.

Should conditions related to COVID-19 worsen significantly, the camp may move to a virtual format. If current conditions remain constant, campers will be required to wear masks while in classrooms.