DTC Dual Enrollment High School Students Recently Visited Clemson University

Clemson engineers lend a hand to students programming robotic arms

A group of high school students recently visited Clemson University to learn how to program the robotic arms they built in a dual-enrollment class at Denmark Technical College.

The visit gave the students an opportunity to work with Clemson engineers and to tour campus. The eight students are enrolled in a Denmark Tech mechatronics dual enrollment class and are from Denmark-Olar High School, which is in rural area of South Carolina more than three hours from Clemson.

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Eight students taking a dual enrollment course through Denmark Technical College learned how to program robotic arms in a daylong visit to Clemson University.

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Clemson engineers lend a hand to students programming robotic arms

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