Video Game Programming, Grandparents’ U

The week of June 25 brings two camps to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The first is Video Game Programming. Twenty campers over the course of June 26-28 will learn about the world of object-oriented programming and an introduction to developing software in a gaming environment. Campers will learn basic techniques for creating games and will be introduced to object-oriented programming. Campers will learn how to make objects interact with each other through events and will learn how to program some basic games. On Monday and Tuesday, June 26 and 27 we welcome almost 200 “students” for the annual Grandparents’ University. Over the course of two days, grandparents and their grandchildren will take courses in art, science, and theater. Grandparents’ University is designed for children ages 7-14 accompanied by their grandparent(s). Open to the public, UW-Green Bay alumni, parents of alumni and friends of UW-Green Bay are all welcome to participate. Classes will be offered in various classrooms across the UW-Green Bay campus.

For more information about summer camps at UW-Green Bay, visit www.uwgb.edu/camps.

Kimberly Vlies

Kimberly began working with web and graphic design in 2004 and joined the Office of Marketing and University Communication (M/UC) in October 2007.

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