Videos that highlight WaterBotics program implementation and educator training are highlighted below.
NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams featured this video of the 2017 WaterBotics camp at Stevens.
NJTV News produced the story and video WaterBotics Program Introduces Kids to Science at the Boys and Girls Club of Wayne, NJ. Stevens student, TJ Walters, facilitated the program with youth.
WaterBotics was featured in the television program, “One on One with Steve Adubato” which airs on PBS stations in the NJ/NY metropolitan area.
A WaterBotics camp called Aquabots was held at Bryan Station High School in Lexington, KY in July, 2014 for Latino girls. View the video at:
CIESE at Stevens Institute of Technology hosted a WaterBotics Informal Educator Training on its campus in Hoboken, New Jersey in March, 2014 thanks to the sponsorship granted by Lockheed Martin.
"Nineteen girls from grades 7 to 11 participated in AquaBots, a STEM camp designed just for girls. Hosted by the Kentucky Girls STEM Collaborative and the University of Kentucky..."
Stevens Institute of Technology recently hosted two WaterBotics camps in middle school students in July and August, 2012. Various news organizations visited the camps, interviewed the students, and watched the robots in action.
From July 30 - August 3, 2012 twenty girls from grades 8-11 participated in a new "Aquabots" camp at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. The successful week-long experience was run by students and staff from both the Kentucky Girls' STEM Collaborative and the University of Kentucky. The content for the camp was based on the WaterBotics curriculum. Please see video below which is also included in the linked article.
"In this short video Hannah, Renee, Jessi and Hailey talk with the Pacific Northwest Girls Collaborative Project about their successes and challenges as Project Splash camp participants in Snoqualmie, Washington during the summer of 2012"