Today, StuyPulse members had a great time with Barnes & Noble Tribeca participating in the Barnes and Noble Mini Maker Faire! Members came and demoed the bot, and talked about the team, STEM, and FIRST. Kids had fun operating the robot and letting it shoot fuel. A voucher can be submitted on the Barnes & Noble online store with the code 12251245 and a percentage of the money will go to support our team. The code is valid until Saturday, 11/18/2017. Thanks in advance!
School is back in session for us Pulsites! Check out what we’ve been up to!
If you were at the interest meeting but didn’t have the chance, or couldn’t make it today, feel free to join by clicking here!
On September 19th, Stuyvesant Robotics will be having its interest meeting after 10th period in the cafeteria. Learn about our FRC team StuyPulse and our FTC teams Fission, and Fusion. If you have any interest in engineering, programming, marketing and business, or just want to see some cool robots, you should think about joining us (no experience necessary)!
Team members have finally come back from the CRC in China! We would like to congratulate Teams 1986, 4613, 6706, and 9067 for winning the finals at CRC! StuyPulse team members had a great time mentoring novice teams, helping teams build their robots, and teaching workshops. They also were able to compete with the teams they mentored and reached Semi-Finals! We are super proud of them and we look forward to going back next year! Thank you China for the warm welcome and the wonderful hospitality!
StuyPulse members had such a fun time teaching kids at TriBeCa Barnes & Nobles’ LEGO Boost Build Event today!!! We were all hard at work making Vernie the 🤖 shoot targets 🎯, dance to music 🎵, and climb over obstacles!!! These kids were so motivated and innovative; we hope that they were inspired to continue STEM as they get older!
Members of StuyPulse had an amazing experience in Washington, D.C. at the inaugural FIRST Global Challenge! They finally met in person the team they mentored, Team Hope, in addition to 162 other teams, representing over 150 countries. After weeks of hard work and preparation, Team Hope built a great robot that performed very well during their matches. Overall, the team members who attended the competition had an unforgettable experience, with highlights including lengthy conversations with other FRC teams from around the world and meeting Dean Kamen.