STEM Cubs is a free engineering day camp that serves students in grades K-5 on the University of Missouri’s campus at the College of Engineering. The program emphasizes the importance of exploratory and experiential learning. Most importantly, STEM Cubs seeks to engage elementary-aged students from underrepresented and low-income backgrounds in activities related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. A collaboration between the College of Engineering, College of Education, and the Division of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity’s Access and Leadership Development unit STEM Cubs takes place three times a year: summer, fall, and spring. Space is limited, applications available a month before each camp.
For any questions, please contact the Director of Diversity and Outreach, Dr. Rahhal at RahhalT@missouri.edu.
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