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The SIAM student chapter at Florida Tech is pleased to announce the third annual SIAM Applied Mathematics Summer Camp (for students in grades 9-12) and the first annual SIAM Junior Applied Mathematics Summer Camp (for students in grade 5-8). Each two-week program will consist of 3 hour daily sessions from Monday through Friday.

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Learn Operate Your Own 3D Printer! 

The course includes:

An Overview - 3D printers and their growing use in technology and the Maker Movement.Comparing the types of 3D printers - advantages & disadvantages.Software, a comparative study and instruction of open source options.  SolidWorks Student SoftwareYour own 3D printer & Solidworks Software.

These camps give students a unique opportunity to explore the vast and exciting world of aviation. Participants learn about the dynamics of airplanes and the principles of flight during an immerse experience that showcases the broad spectrum of careers in the aviation industry. Participants are also introduced to the Florida Tech community with activities and buffet lunch in Panther Dining Hall on campus.   More info

Session 1
June 8-12

Join the Brevard Community Chorus and the Eastern Florida State Concert Choir when they present Requiem for the Living, by Dan Forrest and Serenade to Music, by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Forrest will be on hand to address the audience about his best-known and much-acclaimed requiem, which offers a fresh and inspiring perspective on life, love, loss and renewal. The five-movement work has been performed dozens of times worldwide since its premiere in 2013. The 100+ voices will be accompanied by members of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra.

Kinjal Sukani stopped by the WFIT studios to talk with EJ Castor about her home country India.  Kinjal is from Gujarat, which is  a state in the western part of India.  Kinjal speaks four languages and shared information regarding the diversity of cultures within the individual Indian territories.

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