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Updated: 06/08/2013 08:00:41AM

Poly partners with Winter Haven Hospital for Robotics Camp

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Christine Roslow

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Three teachers were the winners of $1,000.00 mini-grants from Polk County Industry and Community Advisory Panel. They completed the grants and presented the results at the May 28 ICAP meeting in Fort Meade. They were, from left, Laura Holland from Bartow Middle School for Let's Do a Scientific Investigation, Phyllis Harris from Fort Meade Middle Senior High for Gotta Have Heart and Let's Go Solar Everyone and Cheryl Fogel from Kingsford Elementary for Zoo School at Kingsford Elementary. Businesses responsible for the grants were A-C-Tand ArrMaz.


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Ruthanne Stonewall


ICAP/Facilitator


Polk State College/Corporate College


863-669-2328


rstonewall@polk.edu

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Florida Poly is partnering with the Robotics Institute and Center for Urology at Winter Haven Hospital and All Saints Academy to offer a four week summer camp that gives high school students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with robotics. The camp begins
June 3.

The innovative program named Merit — Medical Engineering and Robotics Innovation for Tomorrow — teaches the future generation, about the future of medical technology.

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