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Purdue FIRST Programs will be at the FIRST Robotics Championship in St. Louis. We will be hosting a conference with the 2012 FIRST Championship Robotics Conference Schedule. We present our conference:
FIRST for Life! Starting a College FIRST Program
Where: Room 230
When: 9:00 am Thursday, April 26th
We will also be present on scholarship row both Thursday and Friday.
Hope to see you there!
Hey Everyone, our phone number has recently changed.
The new number is:
(765) 387-7837 or (765) 387-PUFP
You can reach us at normal business hours and are always free to leave a message. Thank you!
Nitesh Bajaj – Elected President of Purdue FIRST Programs
Carolyn Creighton – Elected Vice-President of Purdue FIRST Programs
Daniel Bravo – Elected Treasurer of Purdue FIRST Programs
Purdue FIRST Programs looks forward to seeing you all lead this program to even more success next year!
Be sure to check out page 2 on the February 21st issue of the Exponent. The articular is titled “Check out the hoop-shooting robots that Purdue and area high school students have created”. Thank you Kirk Henritzy for writing the articular and taking your time to come to are open house event.
Read the article online here: http://www.purdueexponent.org/features/article_cf967163-d6b6-56cc-ac86-1d4e7bac4963.html
The Purdue Student Engineering Foundation will be hosting a engineering showcase event called Engineering Extravaganza on February 20th in the PMU ballrooms from 1:30-3:30pm. Purdue FIRST Programs will be among the organizations presenting at the event. Jefferson High School’s FIRST Robotics Team 1646 allowed us to borrow their robot to display at the event.
Purdue FIRST Programs is hosting the FRC Open House
in association with:
-Harrison High School
-Jefferson High School
-McCutcheon High School
-West Lafayette High School
The event takes place on February 20th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at West Lafayette High School.
We would love for you to join us at this great event. All four High School FIRST Robotics teams will be demonstrating all that they have done during this build season.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Hey Everyone. Purdue FIRST Programs is holding a design review for our four FRC Teams in the area. The design review will take place on:
Jan. 24th, 2012
Location: PHYS 114
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
If you have any questions please email: email@example.com for more information.
Purdue FIRST Programs is hosting an FIRST Robotics Competition Kick-off on Jan. 7th, 2012. For more information please visit our event section for FRC Kick-off or click here.
Congratulations to these FLL teams for qualifying for the state competition.
1823: RDP – Red
11613: Techno Kittens
11877: Sycamore School FLL Club
7683: The Mini Nerd Herd
11930: Team Storm
7684: Ms. Nerd Herd
2147: Gweek Squad
Interested in Robotics? Mentoring? Outreach?
Come to the Purdue FIRST Programs callout on Wednesday, December 7th, at 7 PM in ME 1015.
Purdue FIRST Programs is a student-run organization that mentors students in elementary, middle, and high school in the US FIRST family of robotics programs. We also have Public Relations, Information Technology, Regional, and Industrial Relations subteams.
If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
We are a Purdue University student organization dedicated to inspiring young people, their schools and communities an appreciation of science and technology, and of how mastering these can enrich community, the state, and the nation.
Since its inception in 1999, Purdue FIRST Programs has been a successful collaboration between Purdue University and the surrounding community. Through our Robotics, and Junior Robotics programs as well as the regional events we plan, Purdue FIRST Programs has been and will continue to be an innovative program that greatly benefits the population that it serves.
If you have any questions regarding Purdue FIRST Programs, please contact Joe Snedden, President of Purdue FIRST Programs
If you are a Purdue student and wish to JOIN our program please look back here at the beginning of every semester. For more information please email our president.