Civil & Environmental Engineering: Addressing Societal Challenges Camp

For rising 10th – 12th graders
July 24-July 30, 2022 (Residential & Commuter)

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Cost:

Residential: $1,000 per camper. Scholarships are available.
Commuter: $600 per camper. Scholarships are available.
See the Summer Camps FAQs page for more information about camp costs and the Trail Blazer scholarship.


Civil and Environmental Engineers (CEE) play an important role in the lives we live today by addressing our most important societal challenges. CEE covers a wide range of topics that impact our society including climate change, air and water quality, safe and sound structures, and innovative construction methods. Learn more about how Civil and Environmental Engineers are taking on the toughest societal challenges. Experience hands-on projects, lab demonstrations, and field trips.

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Camp Coordinator

Dr. John Popovics earned his engineering PhD from Penn State and is the director of undergraduate studies for Civil & Engcionrmental Engineering (CEE). His research interests lie within construction materials and hazard reduction for man-made structures and tools.