Students attending the Advanced Program in Technology and Science (APTS) summer camp program had the opportunity July 30 to present their work to faculty, staff, parents, friends and others.
The students were on campus for the three week program where they had the opportunity to learn about digital forensics, work forensic cases in the new Digital Forensics Lab in Centennial Hall.
Under the direction of Dr. Schmidt and graduate student Ravi Oruganti, students were able to learn about digital forensics techniques and careers in the field.
APTS is a special program for high ability, high potential in the ninth, 10th and 11th grades who are seriously interested in a future in technology, science, mathematics or engineering.
Students who are interesting in participating in future APTS camps (typically 3 weeks in July) can find more details at our Pipeline Summer Camps website.