The Coastal Bend Science Fair (sponsored by the College of Education at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and by the Department of Natural Sciences at Del Mar College) allows students (under the supervision of their parents and teachers) to explore the scientific method and then present their results in public using both posters and oral presentations. Participation is open to all Kindergarten through 8th grade students in the Corpus Christi and surrounding Independent School Districts, Private Schools and Home Schools.
The Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi College of Science & Engineering hosts a Science Olympiad Regional qualifying tournament to advance to State competition. Science Olympiad is a nonprofit organization developed to improve the quality of science education, increase student interest in science, and provide recognition of outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers. For information contact: Dr. Judy Metcalf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Environmental Cooperative Science Center is led by Florida A&M University in collaboration with Delaware State University, Jackson State University, Morgan State University, Texas A&M University and the University of Miami. The mission of the ECSC is to educate a new generation of environmental scientists in the NOAA-related sciences. For information contact: Ms. Michelle Williams (Michelle.Williams@famu.edu), Florida A&M University.
The National Spill Control School offers specialized hands-on training for those interested in the Oil Spill, HAZMAT, and Emergency Management industries. The NSCS is a part of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi's College of Science and Engineering. The University's Gulf Coast location allows for year-round, hands-on training. For information contact: Mr. Tony Wood (Tony.Wood@tamucc.edu).
2021 Virtual School of Engineering and Computing Sciences Summer Program
Participants in grades 6-12 will be introduced to the programs offered by the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi. This year we will be offering a coding camp for middle school students, and two programs for high school students: a computer science & GIS camp and an engineering camp.
The middle school coding camp will provide students with the opportunity to learn how to make animations and games using the Scratch software.
The high school engineering camp will introduce students to the Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs through hands-on activities and presentations.
The high school Computer Science and Geographic Information Science program will introduce students to these fields through hands-on activities and presentations.
Both programs: To participate in the program, students will need to have access to a computer, laptop, or tablet which is enabled with speakers, camera, and a microphone and which is connected to the internet.
How will this program work?
All presentations and activities will take place virtually. Students will do all activities from home using their computer/laptop/tablet to communicate with program Staff. Days prior to the start of the program, participants will receive an e-mail with instructions and the link to connect to the Virtual Summer Program.
Students participating in the high school camp will also receive a package by mail, a kit which will include all the materials necessary to do the activities.
Dates, times, and costs
Point of Contact
Please feel free to contact Mayra Alvarado Ramirez at (361) 825-6025 or by e-mail at Mayra.Alvarado@tamucc.edu if you have any questions or need additional information.
Registration is coming soon.