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Summer STEM Academy 2019 Themes & Dates:
- July 22-26: Genetics, DNA, and Dissection - What does a brain really look like? How does the circulatory system work? What determines eye color? We’ll spend the week dissecting and analyzing what makes each of us unique. We will study Gregor Mendel and his peas, Punnett squares/pedigrees and DNA all week long. Campers should feel comfortable with age appropriate dissections to attend this camp.
- July 29-August 2: How It's Made - Let’s get our hands dirty as we uncover how things are made! We’ll take apart and breakdown well-known and beloved items and gain appreciation for the processes and people who make them.
Expedition Hosts: Trane and Ingersoll Rand
- August 5-9: All Aboard! Transportation: Past, Present and Future - No matter the destination, we’ll tinker with different transit vehicles to get you there by air, space, road, water, and more! We’ll learn how transportation systems work together to keep us moving and tinker with tried and true vehicles to create new platforms for efficient mobility.
1600 Grand Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55105-1899
*One day per week will be offsite on a field trip expedition.
Our Academy is on a college campus so that girls can picture themselves pursuing higher education in the future.
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Field Trip Expeditions
Girls will be on an expedition one day per week. These expeditions give girls an opportunity to interact with female STEM professionals, participate in hands-on activities, and tour exciting STEM workplaces.
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$695 per week
3 week discount: $15 off per week — $45 in savings for 3 weeks
Sibling discount: 10% off total
*Discounts cannot be combined. The system will auto apply the greatest discount per application.
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