Keiser University is pleased to invite all middle and high school-aged students who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math to attend one if its two new coding, robotics, and engineering summer camps known as at CRANK for Coding, Robotics, And eNgineering at Keiser.


Students will have the opportunity to write code and even take-home their very own CRANK robot as they delve into scientific vectors, kinematics, electromagnetism, circuits, and more – all while refining their teamwork, organization and critical thinking skills.


Parents and guardians are encouraged to register students today in one of the two 5-day CRANK sessions to be held from 10:00am – 4:00pm at Keiser University’s Flagship campus on:


  • July 16–20 (Middle School, Grades 6-8)
  • July 23–27 (High School, Grades 9-12)


The cost is $125 per student, and those interested in registering should visit: For additional information, please contact CRANK Program Directors Greg Block at [email protected]  and Wayne Cribbs at [email protected]. The registration deadline is July 10th, 2018.


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