USDA Blog » Open Data Summer Camp Plans Gaining STEAM for 2017

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-01-14


"USDA and the Governance Lab at New York University (GovLab) are teaming up again to design and deliver a 'summer camp' in 2017 for middle- and high-school students that focuses on using Open Data related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Math (STEAM).

The Open Data STEAM Summer Camp program, begun in 2016, is an immersive two-week project-based and team-focused learning experience for students in the Washington, D.C. area. The program aims to help these students build familiarity and hands-on competence with the approaches, tools and analytical techniques relevant to harnessing the power of open data on critical issues related to food and agriculture.

In preparation for 2017, an Open House will be held on from 4-6 pm on Friday March 14 on the patio of USDA’s Whitten Building at 1400 Independence Ave. SW. Interested parents, students, and both current and potential partners are encouraged to attend."


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01/14/2017, 22:06

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01/14/2017, 17:06