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Bradley Shepler, P.E., CCCA, LEED AP BD+C

Bradley Shepler, P.E., CCCA, LEED AP BD+C

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WSU Camp Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Sports Injury Camp Session I (Ages 11-13)
June 22 2015 at 9:00 AM
5050 Anthony Wayne Drive West Entrance
  Wayne State University College of Engineering is offering Camp Engineering designed to assist middle school and high school students in learning skills needed to participate in opportunities that are available by considering a career in Engineering and Computer Science. In order to provide a foundation for future skilled workers, the College of Engineering is offering the following Camp Engineering Sessions. Click HERE to register! 2015 PROGRAM DATES June 22, 2015 to July 2, 2015 Monday through Thursday (No programs on Fridays) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm    Biomedical Engineering Sports Injury Camp Session I (Ages 11-13) Explore the field of Biomedical Engineering Create and build a prototype of athletic personal protective equipment Apply the design process to imagine, plan, and build solutions to sports equipment Test protective equipment for popular sports Learn about mechanical and software design, project management and teamwork skills PROFESSIONAL STAFF  Engineering PhD, Masters, and Bachelor students teach in the program. Trained undergraduate and graduate assistants provide continuous individual assistance. Students will be supervised during all activities.   FIELD TRIPS Students attend weekly field trips and extra curricular activities. Sample field trips and extra curricular activities include: Michigan Science Center Detroit Institute of Arts WSU Fitness Center (Rock Climbing/Basketball/Volleyball)    LUNCH  Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch from home or purchasing a meal plan. The meal plan includes an all you can eat buffet style lunch featuring a salad bar, brick oven pizza station, home food station, deli station, dessert station, and more.   ORIENTATION / CLOSING CEREMONY An Orientation Session for students and parents will be held prior to the program. During the orientation students will meet their instructors and camp counselors, receive instruction on drop-off/pick-up, room assignments, and program policy. A Closing Ceremony is held on the last day of the program. Family and friends are invited to celebrate student’s accomplishments. During the Closing Ceremony there will be class presentations, an award ceremony, and a reception to follow.   PROGRAM COST All Camps are $395. Fees include, t-shirt, lanyard, backpack, all supplies and field trips. Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch or purchasing a meal plan. Meal plans cost $56. Before and aftercare are available at an additional cost.   REGISTRATION Registration is based on first come first served. To hold your child’s space in the program submit an application and $50 Deposit (non-refundable) by April 24, 2015. Deposits will be deducted from the camp balance. Full balance must be received by May 29, 2015. Click HERE to register.    DISCOUNTS $25 Early Bird Discount will be provided to families that pay in full by April 24, 2015 $25 Green & Gold Discount will be provided to WSU Employee, Student, and Alumni, DMC Employee, C2 Pipeline, DAPCEP and returning families $50 Sibling Discount will be provided to families with two or more students enrolled    PAYMENT OPTIONS Cashier’s check or money order payable to Wayne State University. Mail or drop-off at the College of Engineering 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Suite 1100 Dean’s Office ATTN: Summer Camps Detroit, MI 48202 (M-F: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm).  Include camp application and indicate child's name on cashier's check or money order.   SCHOLARSHIPS Limited partial need based scholarships may be available for C2 Pipeline and DAPCEP students. All families must submit a registration application and pay $50 deposit (non-refundable) to hold your child’s space by April 24, 2015.   BUS TRANSPORTATION  We are considering offering bus transportation from select Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb county locations. Bus transportation and locations will be based on the number of interested families.   CONTACT US Wayne State University  College of Engineering Community Engagement Office 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Detroit, MI 48202 (313) 577-0237 precollegeengineering@wayne.edu www.engineering.wayne.edu  
AIChE Golf Scramble Fundraiser
June 27 2015 at 1:30 PM
Links of Novi Golf Course
Join AIChE at the Links of Novi on June 27th and support the WSU AIChE student organization's golf scramble fundraiser.  Assemble your finest 4-person team for a relaxing afternoon of golf (individual registrants are also encouraged and will be placed on a team).  $95 registration fee includes: 18 holes + cart, skins, hot dog on the turn and 2 drink tickets, cash prizes for longest drive & closest to the pin, STEAK dinner & plenty of fun for a worthy cause.  For event information or to become a sponsor, please email: devin.kutchuk@wayne.edu or kenneth.fryer@wayne.edu RSVP/PAYMENT INFO: Please click on the external link below to register your team and pay via Paypal:
WSU Camp Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Sports Injury Camp Session II (Ages 14-17)
July 6 2015 at 9:00 AM
5050 Anthony Wayne Drive West Entrance
Wayne State University College of Engineering is offering Camp Engineering designed to assist middle school and high school students in learning skills needed to participate in opportunities that are available by considering a career in Engineering and Computer Science. In order to provide a foundation for future skilled workers, the College of Engineering is offering the following Camp Engineering Sessions. Click HERE to register! Biomedical Engineering Sports Injury Camp Session I (Ages 14-17) July 6, 2015 to July 16, 2015 Explore the field of Biomedical Engineering Create and build a prototype of athletic personal protective equipment Apply the design process to imagine, plan, and build solutions to sports equipment Test protective equipment for popular sports Learn about mechanical and software design, project management and teamwork skills PROFESSIONAL STAFF  Engineering PhD, Masters, and Bachelor students teach in the program. Trained undergraduate and graduate assistants provide continuous individual assistance. Students will be supervised during all activities.   FIELD TRIPS Students attend weekly field trips and extra curricular activities. Sample field trips and extra curricular activities include: Michigan Science Center Detroit Institute of Arts WSU Fitness Center (Rock Climbing/Basketball/Volleyball)    LUNCH  Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch from home or purchasing a meal plan. The meal plan includes an all you can eat buffet style lunch featuring a salad bar, brick oven pizza station, home food station, deli station, dessert station, and more.   ORIENTATION / CLOSING CEREMONY An Orientation Session for students and parents will be held prior to the program. During the orientation students will meet their instructors and camp counselors, receive instruction on drop-off/pick-up, room assignments, and program policy. A Closing Ceremony is held on the last day of the program. Family and friends are invited to celebrate student’s accomplishments. During the Closing Ceremony there will be class presentations, an award ceremony, and a reception to follow.   PROGRAM COST All Camps are $395. Fees include, t-shirt, lanyard, backpack, all supplies and field trips. Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch or purchasing a meal plan. Meal plans cost $56. Before and aftercare are available at an additional cost.   REGISTRATION Registration is based on first come first served. To hold your child’s space in the program submit an application and $50 Deposit (non-refundable) by April 24, 2015. Deposits will be deducted from the camp balance. Full balance must be received by May 29, 2015. Click HERE to register.    DISCOUNTS $25 Early Bird Discount will be provided to families that pay in full by April 24, 2015 $25 Green & Gold Discount will be provided to WSU Employee, Student, and Alumni, DMC Employee, C2 Pipeline, DAPCEP and returning families $50 Sibling Discount will be provided to families with two or more students enrolled    PAYMENT OPTIONS Cashier’s check or money order payable to Wayne State University. Mail or drop-off at the College of Engineering 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Suite 1100 Dean’s Office ATTN: Summer Camps Detroit, MI 48202 (M-F: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm).  Include camp application and indicate child's name on cashier's check or money order.   SCHOLARSHIPS Limited partial need based scholarships may be available for C2 Pipeline and DAPCEP students. All families must submit a registration application and pay $50 deposit (non-refundable) to hold your child’s space by April 24, 2015.   BUS TRANSPORTATION  We are considering offering bus transportation from select Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb county locations. Bus transportation and locations will be based on the number of interested families.   CONTACT US Wayne State University  College of Engineering Community Engagement Office 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Detroit, MI 48202 (313) 577-0237 precollegeengineering@wayne.edu www.engineering.wayne.edu  
WSU Camp Engineering: Creating Technology Toys Camp (Ages 8 – 11)
July 6 2015 at 9:00 AM
Danto Engineering Development Center
Wayne State University College of Engineering and Department of Computer Science is offering several camps designed to assist elementary, middle, and high school aged students in learning some of the skills needed to participate in the opportunities that are available by considering a career in Computer and Information Science. Wayne State University has been on the forefront of this computer revolution. These camps will provide some insight how your child can join in this revolution. Click HERE to Register!   2015 PROGRAM DATES July 6, 2015 to July 23, 2015 Monday through Thursday (No programs on Fridays) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm      CREATING TECHNOLOGY TOYS CAMP (Ages 8 – 11) Learn how to make a PicoCricket, a tiny computer, make things spin, light up, and play music Use PicoCricket to create musical sculptures, interactive jewelry, dancing creatures and playful inventions Learn how to plug lights, motors, sensors, and other devices into a PicoCricket, then program them to react, interact, and communicate Hands-on experience using tools to construct complicated machines PROFESSIONAL STAFF  Computer Science PhD students teach in the program. Trained undergraduate and graduate assistants provide continuous individual assistance. Students will be supervised during all activities.    FIELD TRIPS Students attend weekly field trips and extra curricular activities. Sample field trips and extra curricular activities include: Michigan Science Center Detroit Institute of Arts WSU Fitness Center (Rock Climbing/Basketball/Volleyball)    LUNCH  Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch from home or purchasing a meal plan. The meal plan includes an all you can eat buffet style lunch featuring a salad bar, brick oven pizza station, home food station, deli station, dessert station, and more.   ORIENTATION / CLOSING CEREMONY An Orientation Session for students and parents will be held prior to the program. During the orientation students will meet their instructors and camp counselors, receive instruction on drop-off/pick-up, room assignments, and program policy. A Closing Ceremony is held on the last day of the program. Family and friends are invited to celebrate student’s accomplishments. During the Closing Ceremony there will be class presentations, an award ceremony, and a reception to follow.   PROGRAM COST All Camps are $595. Fees include, t-shirt, lanyard, backpack, all supplies and field trips. Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch or purchasing a meal plan. Meal plans cost $84. Before and aftercare are available at an additional cost.   REGISTRATION Registration is based on first come first served. To hold your child’s space in the program submit an application and $50 Deposit (non-refundable) by April 24, 2015. Deposits will be deducted from the camp balance. Full balance must be received by May 29, 2015. Click HERE to register.    DISCOUNTS $50 Early Bird Discount will be provided to families that pay in full by April 24, 2015 $50 Green & Gold Discount will be provided to WSU Employee, Student, and Alumni, DMC Employee, C2 Pipeline, DAPCEP and returning families $50 Sibling Discount will be provided to families with two or more students enrolled    PAYMENT OPTIONS Cashier’s check or money order payable to Wayne State University. Mail or drop-off at the College of Engineering 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Suite 1100 Dean’s Office ATTN: Summer Camps Detroit, MI 48202 (M-F: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm).  Include camp application and indicate child's name on cashier's check or money order.   SCHOLARSHIPS Limited partial need based scholarships may be available for C2 Pipeline and DAPCEP students. All families must submit a registration application and pay $50 deposit (non-refundable) to hold your child’s space by April 24, 2015.   BUS TRANSPORTATION  We are considering offering bus transportation from select Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb county locations. Bus transportation and locations will be based on the number of interested families.   CONTACT US Wayne State University  College of Engineering Community Engagement Office 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Detroit, MI 48202 (313) 577-0237 precollegeengineering@wayne.edu www.engineering.wayne.edu
WSU Camp Engineering: Warrior Racing Car Challenge Camp (Ages 14-17)
July 6 2015 at 9:00 AM
Danto Engineering Development Center
Wayne State University College of Engineering is offering Camp Engineering designed to assist middle school and high school students in learning skills needed to participate in opportunities that are available by considering a career in Engineering and Computer Science. In order to provide a foundation for future skilled workers, the College of Engineering is offering the following Camp Engineering Sessions. Click HERE to register! 2015 PROGRAM DATES July 6, 2015 to July 16, 2015 Monday through Thursday (No programs on Fridays) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WARRIOR RACING CAR CHALLENGE CAMP (Ages 14-17) Ten80 Racing Car Challenge Concept Student Racing Challenge teams build 1:10 scale electric radio-controlled (RC) car from the ground up Learn how systems operate and organize data rather than following ‘build’ directions After being ‘certified’ in mechanical systems, data and problem solving students rebuild the car with improved parts Competition Racing Challenge teams compete in head-to-head races and time trials PROFESSIONAL STAFF  Engineering PhD, Masters, and Bachelor students teach in the program. Trained undergraduate and graduate assistants provide continuous individual assistance. Students will be supervised during all activities.   FIELD TRIPS Students attend weekly field trips and extra curricular activities. Sample field trips and extra curricular activities include: Michigan Science Center Detroit Institute of Arts WSU Fitness Center (Rock Climbing/Basketball/Volleyball)    LUNCH  Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch from home or purchasing a meal plan. The meal plan includes an all you can eat buffet style lunch featuring a salad bar, brick oven pizza station, home food station, deli station, dessert station, and more.   ORIENTATION / CLOSING CEREMONY An Orientation Session for students and parents will be held prior to the program. During the orientation students will meet their instructors and camp counselors, receive instruction on drop-off/pick-up, room assignments, and program policy. A Closing Ceremony is held on the last day of the program. Family and friends are invited to celebrate student’s accomplishments. During the Closing Ceremony there will be class presentations, an award ceremony, and a reception to follow.   PROGRAM COST All Camps are $395. Fees include, t-shirt, lanyard, backpack, all supplies and field trips. Students have the option of bringing a packed lunch or purchasing a meal plan. Meal plans cost $56. Before and aftercare are available at an additional cost.   REGISTRATION Registration is based on first come first served. To hold your child’s space in the program submit an application and $50 Deposit (non-refundable) by April 24, 2015. Deposits will be deducted from the camp balance. Full balance must be received by May 29, 2015. Click HERE to register.    DISCOUNTS $25 Early Bird Discount will be provided to families that pay in full by April 24, 2015 $25 Green & Gold Discount will be provided to WSU Employee, Student, and Alumni, DMC Employee, C2 Pipeline, DAPCEP and returning families $50 Sibling Discount will be provided to families with two or more students enrolled    PAYMENT OPTIONS Cashier’s check or money order payable to Wayne State University. Mail or drop-off at the College of Engineering 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Suite 1100 Dean’s Office ATTN: Summer Camps Detroit, MI 48202 (M-F: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm).  Include camp application and indicate child's name on cashier's check or money order.   SCHOLARSHIPS Limited partial need based scholarships may be available for C2 Pipeline and DAPCEP students. All families must submit a registration application and pay $50 deposit (non-refundable) to hold your child’s space by April 24, 2015.   BUS TRANSPORTATION  We are considering offering bus transportation from select Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb county locations. Bus transportation and locations will be based on the number of interested families.   CONTACT US Wayne State University  College of Engineering Community Engagement Office 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive Detroit, MI 48202 (313) 577-0237 precollegeengineering@wayne.edu www.engineering.wayne.edu  
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