By Margaret McKinney
New Mexico Highlands University is collaborating with a science education program to host a free computer science camp for local youth on the university’s campus from 1 to 4 p.m. this coming Monday through Friday.
The camp is presented by Project GUTS: Growing Up and Thinking Scientifically. The Santa Fe Institute is the primary sponsor.
Students from sixth through 10th grade will learn how to create computerized games using StarLogo and NetLogo programming languages.