Robotics Competitions

STEP Middle and High School Robotic Competition

Date: May 6, 2017

New York State STEP programs Middle and High schools will be joining with our Adelphi University’s Annual LEGO Robotic Competition for the first time. Middle school STEP program students will be competing among all attending Long Island middle school teams. High School STEP program students will be also competing with all New York State STEP programs teams.

» See attached program for more information

LEGO Robotics Competition

Date: May 6, 2017

Adelphi University’s Annual LEGO Robotic Competition for Middle school students only will take place. In this tournament students will use LEGO NXT or EV3 kits. They will be designing their own robots with LEGO parts and LEGO programming to compete in an Adelphi Lego challenge design game. Over 20 teams from Long Island, Queens, and Statewide STEP programs will attend.  

This competition has two sections: in section I, teams will need to compete in a game; In section II, teams will have a power point presentation in front of judges.  

VEX Robotics Competition

Local Qualifying Competition: Saturday, January 21, 2017

Adelphi University will be hosting our Fourth Annual Regional VEX Starstruck Qualifier Competition. Over 30 teams from the downstate region of New York will be competing in this year’s official VEX game. Students will be using VEX parts and computer software to design a robot. Performing well in the head to head competition will secure a placement in the NY States Championship.

» See VeX official website

Mentoring In Medicine Conference

Conference will take place on Saturday, March 18, 2017

Adelphi University in partnership with Mentoring in Medicine, Inc. invites you to explore careers through hands-on activities and workshops.

  • Learn about health and science careers
  • Perform hands-on mock medical procedures
  • Interact with health professionals
  • Chance to win prizes

The Adelphi University Mentoring In Medicine Day aims to increase the number of historically underrepresented populations in biomedical careers including African American, Latino/a, American Indians/Native Alaskans along with persons from underserved communities. We are seeking to increase the diversity of the biomedical workforce better serve the nation’s health needs.

All are encouraged to attend.

For more information, please contact:

Sabita Nayak 
Director for Science Advancement Programs
Social Work Building, Room 118
p –  516.237.8622
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