SECURING THE PIPELINE....
RESEARCH - SOLVE - REAL WORLD PROBLEM
BASED ON CHALLENGE THEME BUILD
AUTONOMOUS ROBUST USING ENGINEERING CONCEPTS
FIRST LEGO LEAGUE COMPETITION (FLL)
University of Maryland Baltimore Campus (UMBC)
FEBRUARY 11, 2017
Patriots Lego Competition
The Science Center Building
Bowie State University
General information: No matter what your student's interest Lego offers an opportunity for engagement. Whether it is by creativity, technology, or research,
LEGO dares kids to test, explore, expand or completely change thoughts and approaches for different sciences. This competition is an exciting and fun global robotics program that ignites an enthusiasm for discovery, science, and technology in students ages 9 to 14.
Lego Training Workshops:Are held on Saturdays - October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; November 5, 12; December 10, 17; January 7, 14, 21, 28, and February 4, 11
from 9:00am to 12:00pm at Prince George's Community College, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772:
Program: Lego teams will engage in the ANIMALS ALLIES Global Challenge.
Get ready. Get set. Roar! Or you could bark, quack, or squeak, because the 2016 Animal Allies season is all about our furry, feathered, and finned friends. In this
challenge students will look into the eyes of our ANIMAL ALLIES. What might become possible when we learn to help each other? The students will:
- Design, build and program a robot using LEGO
- Research and solve a real-world problem based on the ANIMAL ALLIES Challenge theme
- Present their research and solutions
Benefits for Students:
- Work as a team; to enhance team building skills
- Learn how to design and program a robot
- Compete against other students
- Opportunity to meeting professional engineers
You must be an active member of the Patro-Tech Science Club.
Business and government support:
- U.S. Navy
- Lockheed Martin
- National Society of Black Engineers
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