The Laramie Robotics Club is a free club open to middle and high school students in the Laramie area. We offer students the opportunity to participate and learn about programming, robotics, and STEM related concepts through fun and engaging activities. The LRC meets every Wednesday from 4-6pm in the classroom EN4045 of the Engineering Building on the UW campus. For more information about the LRC you can visit http://www.laramieroboticsclub.org/about or email Prof. Jeff Clune, who is the lead faculty member, or Roby Velez, who is the lead graduate student.
LRC Promotional Video
A video to showcase the LRC can be found on the Evolving AI's YouTube channel.
Raw videos taken during previous LRC sessions are hosted on the Evolving AI Lab's google drive. They will not be linked here.
Photos taken during previous LRC sessions are hosted on the Evolving AI Lab's google drive. They will not be linked here.
- Initial LRC Logos. One Landscape and one Portrait. Links include image files and .svg/.pages/.key files used to generate them.
UW Student Meeting Flyers
- Kickoff event: 2/5/15
- Meeting: 2/19/15
Same format as flyers for Kickoff event, just different dates UW Student Meeting Flyers 2/19/15
Middle and High School Meeting Flyers
- General Flyer:
Note we need flyers specific to just students and specific to potential mentors.
- Logos and Issac Image. Note click images to be directed toward file.