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Robot Block Party 2015

  • April 11, 2015
  • Pizzitola Center Brown University
Are your students learning with robots or related technology during the school day or after school? Exhibit their creations and projects at the Robot Block Party on April 11, 2015. A partnership between Rhode Island Students of the Future and the Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative at Brown University, the Robot Block Party is a community outreach event that showcases the cool robotics projects and programs happening in Rhode Island. Participants include Hasbro’s Animatronics Lab, Yushin America, igus, inc., 3D Printing Providence, Brown University, RISD, URI, Roger Williams University, Salve Regina University, Providence Children’s Museum and dozens of K-12 schools including Providence Career and Technical School, Mt. Pleasant High School, Lincoln School, Nathan Bishop Middle School, Wheeler School, Martin Middle School, Riverside Middle School, Pier Middle School and more.

Be part of the Robot Block Party on April 11, 2015

Rhode Island Students of the Future is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization that inspires young people to explore science, technology,
engineering, math and manufacturing through youth robotics. We provide
infrastructure for hands-on, inquiry based STEM outreach programs including
FIRST® LEGO® League.

The Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative is a group of Brown University
faculty, students, and affiliates dedicated to robotics as a means to tackle
the problems the world faces today. Beyond pursuing the goal of
technological advancement, we want to ensure that these advancements
are applicable and beneficial economically and socially. We are working
across many disciplines to document the societal needs and applications of human-robot interaction research as well
as the ethical, legal, and economic questions that will arise with its development. Our research ultimately aims to
help create and understand robots that coexist harmoniously with humans.

Question? Contact Mary Johnson at or at the phone number below.

Mary Johnson
Rhode Island Students of the Future 
FIRST LEGO League Rhode Island
Twitter/FIRST LEGO League RI: @FLLRI
Twitter/RI Robot Block Party: @RobotBlockParty

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