ABOVE PHOTO: A 3D animation student learns industry-standard software.
University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Summer STEAM Experience is offering in-person, guided activities in science, technology, engineering, art and math for middle and high school students in June.
The Summer STEAM Experience runs from Sunday, June 12, to Thursday, June 16. Students entering grades 9 to 12 are invited to explore career paths with UW-Stout faculty in a campus setting, with experiences that highlight the value of creative and critical thinking.
The Junior STEAM Experience, for students entering grades 6 to 8, runs from Sunday, June 19, to Thursday, June 23. Students will explore STEAM courses through hands-on activities and games.
Registration for both experiences is open.
Rebecca Thacker, program manager for Professional Education Programs and Services at UW-Stout, which is organizing the STEAM events, said, “We are so excited to be back in person this summer and look forward to sharing the many opportunities of UW-Stout with campers.”
The STEAM experience for older students offers six tracks, while the Junior experience offers five tracks, with the guidance of UW-Stout faculty, teaching assistants and camp counselors. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.