Registration Open for UW-Sout Junior STEAM Experience

Registration is now open for the UW Stout Junior Summer Steam Experience.

From the UW Stout website:

Do you enjoy science, technology, engineering, art, or math? If so, then join us for the Junior STEAM Experience, June 19th to 23rd, 2022 at UW-Stout. Students entering grades 6 to 8 will explore STEAM courses through hands-on activities and have time for fun and games.

For children in the Menomonie School District - campers are able to register as day campers at no cost. The overnight camper fee is $150 for the full camp experience. Students must live within the School District of Menomonie Area to qualify. This camp will follow UW-Stout's COVID-19 guidelines, safety requirements, and meeting protocols. See latest updates.

Follow this link for more information and to register.

Pick one of our 2022 tracks:

Interior Design - Track Leader: Nicolette Brehm Learn what real interior designers do! Campers will design a living space for their favorite celebrity. While designing this space, you will learn about project programming, the design process, space planning, and how to create a color palette. You will learn about and choose finishes and furniture for your celebrity space. You will hand draw your floor plans, compose imagery boards, and create a presentation for your project. We will also show current student work and interior design projects from around the world.

Video Production - Track Leader: Jonny Wheeler Have you ever wanted to make a movie? You can learn how to tell a story using video from development to the big screen. We’ll start by applying narrative structure to a script and planning the shots. Then we’ll dive into capturing professional-quality video. With guidance in pacing, we’ll cut shots together using industry-standard software. At the end of the week, we will watch your short films on the big screen in Stout’s historic Harvey Hall Theatre.

Comics: Creative Non-Fiction - Track Leaders: Mary Clime & Kate Roberts Edenborg Love drawing and storytelling? You might just be a cartoonist! Campers will learn the ins and outs of writing, drawing, and producing an 8-page comic in this track. This collaborative project will go beyond the traditional superhero or newspaper comic by introducing creative non-fiction plot lines and honing your storytelling skills. Students will receive direction from both a comic artist and a non-fiction writer to create a unique comic book.

The Art of Chain Making: Metalsmithing & Jewelry - Track Leader: Rose Schlemmer Chain making is an ancient art practice in which wire is formed into small rings and woven together to create wearable objects that range from simple to complex. In this class, we will learn the basics of creating wire forms using hand tools, soldering, and different styles of chains using both metal wire and sheet metal. Students will make several different chain samples then design and create a jewelry piece of their own.

Explore 3D Printing & More - Track Leaders: Wei Zheng, Adam Kramschuster & Alex Jordan Have you ever wanted to create your own game tokens, picture frames, or dryland hockey pucks? Do you want to learn 3D printing? This track teaches you to design and manufacture plastic/wood products. Learn injection molding, extrusion, 3D printing, thermoforming, wood cutting/finishing, and more in a state-of-the-art lab. This is a fantastic way to explore the high-demand Plastics Engineering profession.