Florida Polytechnic University, in partnership with Lakeland Regional Health Systems and All Saints Academy, welcomes 15 achieving high school students to its second-annual merit summer program that offers student participants first-hand learning and experience in medical technology, engineering and other leading industries. The summer camp is led by University faculty and medical professionals from Lakeland Regional Health Systems. Students will gain experience using 3D printers, building and programming robots, learning about brain mapping and using medical scanners in a simulated environment. The opening night’s program is located at the University’s Admissions Center and features welcoming speeches by University Chief Operating Office Ava Parker and Provost Dr. Ghazi Darkazalli.
WHAT: Medical Engineering & Robotics Innovation for Tomorrow (merit) Program
WHERE: Florida Polytechnic University Admissions Center and Lakeland Regional Medical Center
WHEN: June 2-26, 2014