Global Warming & Technology

July 7-18, 2008 @ Rutgers, Newark Campus

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Summer Camp Mission



Summer camp program provides an opportunity for middle and high school students to explore science and technology disciplines based on challenging and real-world problem solving, and to apply the state-of-the-art technology to understand scientific concepts in solving real world problems.

Our summer programs are designed to introduce students to technology-based problem-solving techniques through hands-on computer laboratory experience, lectures, field visits and group presentations. Past year program topics focused on the environmental problems such as water quality, smart growth of urban cities, animal biodiversity in our area, scientific decision on where to locate monitoring stations, etc. Please click the following links for detail.


Summer Camp Goals

We want to accomplish the following learning objectives in the summer camp:

  • Stimulate curiosity and excitement in middle/high school students through the introduction of the state-of-the-art computer tools and technology.
  • Place students in an actual university environment, interacting with scientists and computer professionals as role models.
  • Allow scientists and computer professionals to transmit their own excitement with science and technology and spark the children's imagination and curiosity.
  • Demonstrate the feasibility of a career in science and/or information technology
  • Disseminate the success of the program to universities and middle/high schools nationwide.


Summer Camp Eligibility


The CIMIC summer programs are open to students who are in middle school or high school. Selection for the program is based on the following criteria:

  • Students attending junior and high schools (grades 7-12) in Newark NJ area
  • A strong interest in science, mathematics, and technology
  • Recommendations from teachers and/or counselors
  • Underrepresented minorities (African-American, Hispanic, and Native American)


CIMIC Rutgers University


For more information on the camp, please contact Ms. Olivia Ibrahim at (973) 353-1014 or at