University of Nebraska at Kearney
June 5-8, 2019
The University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK) was founded in 1903. The current undergraduate enrollment is just above 5,100 students. The campus spans over 500 acres and is a public university in Kearney, Nebraska.
This camp is lead by Dr. Matt Miller from the Department of Cyper Systems. Cybersecurity has been put into the public spotlight over the past 5 years. Cybersecurity affects the lives of every individual that uses a smart phone, computer or the Internet of Things (IOT). The cybersecurity camp gives campers an introduction into computer architectures, embedded systems hardware, networking concepts and computer programming. They use the tools to explore both computer science and cyber security topics and each student receives a Raspberry Pi computer that they can use to write programs and develop cybersecurity skills.
Camp will take place at the Otto Olsen building at UNK.
Open to current 7th to 12th grade students.
Residential campers will stay in student dormitory housing. Residential campers check in Wednesday from 10:00AM-12:00PM. Check out Saturday at 10:00AM.
Commuter students will be expected to arrive at 8:30AM and be picked up at 4:30PM daily. Commuter students will receive both lunch and afternoon snack while at camp.
The camp fee for overnight campers is $200. The camp fee for commuter campers is $150. Scholarships are available!
Enjoy many extra curricular activities including UNK recreational campus climbing wall. Residential campers enjoy evening activities such as game and video night.
Supervision and Safety
Minimum of 1:10 teacher/counselor to student ratio. Certified teachers and experienced, trained counselors.
Space is limited