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2019 STEM Scholars HS Camp Application (187KB)

Health and Human Services STEM Camp - June 24 - 28, 2019

The Health and Human Services STEM Camp will introduce students to a variety of health professions and health topics, issues, opportunities and applications. The primary objective is to promote health, wellness, nutrition, health professions and public health awareness while providing hands-on activities within these fields of healthcare, including Public Health, Exercise Science, Medical Laboratory Science, Neuroscience, Physicians’ Assistants, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Environmental Health. Activities include: Chronic Care Simulations, Drunk Driving Simulation, Neuroscience Simulations, Wilderness Splinting activities, Medical Laboratory Science testing activities, hands on experience with local farmers and gardeners at the Downtown Saginaw Farmers’ Market, Nursing simulation activities, exposure to Human Performance Testing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy learning activities, Environmental Health Water quality testing, and Poverty Simulations.

UX Design STEM Camp (App Design for Your Smartphone) - July 22 - 26, 2019

Have an idea for an app? Learn how to build it and open the door to some excellent career opportunities.

In this camp we will explore the basics for what you’ll need to build an app. This will cover the fundamentals of four career paths:

  • Information Architect
  • Usability Studies Specialist
  • Graphic User Interface Designer
  • App Programmer

It is recommended that participant how their own smart phone so you can display your working app mock-up to friends and family.

Coding and Networking STEM Camp - August 5 - 9, 2019

This camp will mainly focus on the following two areas:

  • Coding using Java programming language
  • Computer networks

Students will get hands-on experience with coding - understand the basics of flow charts and use them to design prototype/solution for a given problem; basics of Java programming (data types, loops, conditionals, and functions); debug using tracing technique; and write simple java programs.

Students will get hands-on experience with setting up a small Local Area Network (LAN) and understand their working. Ping and traceroute tools used to test the working of systems in a network, and Wireshark tool used to see the actual data and headers added to data during data transfer will be explored.

 

Contact Us

STEM@svsu.edu
(989) 964-4058(989) 964-4058
(989) 964-4636

Director

Adrianne Cole
acole@svsu.edu

Office

Gilbertson Hall North Wing 142