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  • July 9th, 2018

MONDAY, JULY 9 – SUNDAY, JULY 15      

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TURNING ON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO SCIENCE, ENGINEERING – UA’s College of Engineering is hosting the Student Introduction to Engineering, or SITE, camps, which started July 8. The weeklong camps will introduce rising high school juniors and seniors to the worlds of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students will engage in team exercises, tour an industrial plant and participate in a design competition. SITE Camps are open to the media. To better determine a precise date and location for interviews, contact Bryant Welbourne, UA Strategic Communications, at bryant.welbourne@ua.edu.

TEENS LEARN ABOUT MEDIA – UA’s College of Communication and Information Sciences will host its annual Communication and Media Preview, or CAMP, workshop July 10-14. During CAMP, high school students will practice skills and improve knowledge related to the fields of communication and media, develop connections with aspiring communicators and become familiar with the college experience. The CAMP workshop is open to the media. To better determine a precise date and location for interviews, contact Bryant Welbourne, UA Strategic Communications, at bryant.welbourne@ua.edu.

STUDENT TEAM SELECTED FOR ANTENNA CONTEST A team of UA engineering students is one of six selected as finalists in an international contest to design an antenna system to locate radio signals. For more information, contact UA Strategic Communications at 205-348-5320.

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