RoboPlay Competition is an annual culminating event for the C-STEM program. The event brings the C-STEM community together to organize RoboPlay Challenge Competition in various regions on a Saturday by the end of May each year to further engage students in project-based team activities and to showcase their accomplishments and creativity.
Various C-STEM awards and scholarships are presented at the awards ceremonies to recognize students’ achievements and inspire them to pursue computing and STEM-related careers and post-secondary study. The awards include
C-STEM is a UC Approved Educational Preparation Program for Undergraduate Admission for both K-12 and Community College students to all UC campuses. Participation in RoboPlay Competition and receiving a C-STEM award are recognized in the UC admissions process as achievements that have explicitly prepared students for college and career. New undergraduate applicants in UC on-line application can select C-STEM as a UC Approved Educational Preparation Program to include their participation in RoboPlay Competition and various C-STEM awards.
Diversity in RoboPlay Competition
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4/20/2018, RoboPlay Competiton for learning math, by Emma Kristovich, a former Livermore High C-STEM student and current RoboPlay Coordinator for the UC Davis C-STEM Center, a sophomore at UC Davis majoring in Computer Science and Engineering, and a UC Regents Scholar.