Concordia University Wisconsin will hold its ninth annual Summer STEAM Camp, July 10-14, on the university’s Mequon campus, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive.
Camps for students entering grades 3-8 are created to be fun, full of learning, and distinctively Christian, with a special emphasis on the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics curriculum.
Two camps will be held, costing $99 apiece – “Tiny Treasures,” from 9-noon and “Moving to Mars,” from 1-4 p.m. Students may attend both camps and bring their own lunch.
During “Tiny Treasures,” participants will discover just how small a nanometer actually is and will explore how nanotechnology can change the world. Campers will investigate the distance to Mars in “Moving to Mars” and will learn how to navigate a spacecraft along the way. They will investigate how to land on the planet, explore its environment, and decide if they want to stay there or find a way back to Earth.
Class sizes are limited. For more details, call or e-mail Kathy Kremer at 262-243-4271.
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— This story is written by Kali Thiel, director of university communications for Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor. She may be reached at email@example.com or 262-243-2149.
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