Robotics and Technology
CSTL strives to support STEM education through dynamic programs that support youth and educators through applied robotics and technology challenges.
The robotics and technology program includes professional development for educators, events for youth, and development of partnerships.
Attend a Professional Development Session
Free for any educators and administrators interested in STEM Education, Robotics, Drones, or NASA. No Experience needed. These one day workshops will include a hands on session learning robotics and drone basics through exploration of the ROADS on Mars 2020 Challenge, as well as opportunities to develop the resources that new coaches will need to launch a successful robotics program.
- November 16th – Phoenix, AZ 9-5 PM
- January 4th – Flagstaff, AZ, time TBD*
- January 10th – Miami, AZ – 9-5PM
- January 11th – Tucson, AZ – 9-5PM
If you are interested in one of these sessions, then contact Anne.Hamlin@nau.edu
*This session will be part of an FRC Kickoff Event being hosted by the Coconuts Team at Coconino High School.
FIRST® Robotics Events – Help grow the robotics ecosystem in Arizona
CSTL supports the growth of the FIRST® team ecosystem, including FLL Jr., FLL, FTC, and FRC. We are specifically providing professional development to rookie FRC teams through a pilot program in 2019-2020.
FIRST® Core Values: It’s way more than building robots. We express the FIRST philosophies of Gracious Professionalism and Cooperation through our core values:
If you are interested in starting a team, or are a FIRST® rookie team in need of support, then please contact Sean.Ryan@nau.edu.