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Rhodesology Summer Camps - Save the Date - June 13-17, 2022.  Check back for more details later in November.  

Rhodesology STEMM Minis 

November 20, 2021 – Drones 

Gear up your drone flying skills. Compete in head-to-head racing and capture the flag competition with other players while learning a few new key aspects of how a drone operates. All participants fly and keep their own mini drone.

Location: Cook Hall Gym 

January 8, 2022 – Drones 

Gear up your drone flying skills. Compete in head-to-head racing and capture the flag competition with other players while learning a few new key aspects of how a drone operates. All participants fly and keep their own mini drone.

Location: Cook Hall Gym

January 22, 2022– Steam Energy 

Learn about steam energy and how it is used to generate electricity and power equipment used for transportation and building. You will also learn that it opened the door to the first industrial revolution building the comforts that we have in our daily lives. Students will have the hands-on experience of assembling a small steam engine and seeing it in action. We will also explain how this fantastic resource powers our world.

Location: James J. Countryman Building, Room 172

February 26, 2022 – Electric Motors (partnering with Grob Systems of Bluffton, OH) 

Explore along with Grob instructors the basic concepts of how an electric motor works. Students will see the amazing and invisible power of electro-magnetism as they pass current through a wire coil to make a simple electric motor. This project will demonstrate some of the basic concepts that are used every day at GROB as we partner with our automotive customers to produce equipment for electric vehicles.

Location: James J. Countryman Building, Room 172 

March 5, 2022 – Drones 

Gear up your drone flying skills. Compete in head-to-head racing and capture the flag competition with other players while learning a few new key aspects of how a drone operates. All participants fly and keep their own mini drone.

Location: Cook Hall Gym

March 26, 2022– Wind Energy (partnering with One Energy of Findlay, OH) 

Discuss wind and how it relates to wind energy while building your own anemometer. We will use our constructed anemometers to explain the science of wind to understand main concepts and then relate wind speeds to power output from wind turbines.

Location: James J. Countryman Building, Room 172 

April 23, 2022– Industrial Engineering 

Build your own station to include in the layout of an assembly line. After the processes are designed and engineered, the students will then be given the opportunity to actually work the assembly line to test & optimize their industrial engineering skills.

Location: James J. Countryman Building, Room 172 

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Rhodesology@Home

Need an alternative to in-person camps? These interactive camp kits offer kids entering  2nd through 8th grade the opportunity to experience traditional “summer camp” year round at home.  Each kit contains up to 11 different activities, with clear instructions, that campers and parents/guardians can do together at their own pace.

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Are you interested in teaching at the summer camp?

Contact Ashley Hunter by phone (419) 204-6352 or by email Hunter.M@RhodesState.edu.
Ashley Hunter
Coordinator, Youth, Community and Continuing Education
Hunter.M@RhodesState.edu
(419) 204-6352