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High School Students
Cleveland Engineering Reception
For engineering education and research information, our representatives visit your community at the Embassy Suites Cleveland-Rockside.
Fall and spring, high school sophomores, juniors and seniors join us on campus to explore engineering the hands-on way!
Minority Engineering and Technology Enrichment Camp for Young Men (METEC)
High school senior, minority males: Join us for our residential METEC camp and conduct experiments, network with engineers and visit Wright Patterson Air Force Base labs.
Summer Honors Engineering Camp
High school honor students: At our residential engineering camp this summer, you can design robots, solve engineering problems, and network with engineers.
UD's Open House Events and Engineering Information
Will you be attending one of UD's Open House events this fall? Then, plan to attend our special presentation beforehand and discover why engineering at UD is unique.
An Evening with Women (WEP) and Minority (MEP) Engineering Programs
The evening before our School of Engineering's Explore Engineering event, our WEP and MEP students host an Evening Experience for high school women and minority students, AND their parents, to discover on-campus engineering.
Women in Engineering Summer Camp
High school women: Join us for our residential engineering summer camp and conduct experiments, spend a day with industry, and dine with professional engineers.
Inspiring The Next Generation of a Highly-Skilled Workforce in Advanced Manufacturing and Materials
Join us this summer! If you are a high-school science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teacher, you might be interested in collaborating with faculty, researchers and students at Central State University, the University of Dayton and Wright State University for a six-week Research Experience for Teacher (RET) program that focuses on advanced manufacturing and materials and is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF)!