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Summer application 

2024 STEM INSTITUTE INFORMATION & WAITLIST

Computational Thinking in Daily Life 

 

For summer 2024, our theme is Computational Thinking in Daily Life. We will continue our focus on robotics. Scholars will engage in an age-appropriate Vex robotics curriculum. Scholars will develop and demonstrate knowledge by building and programming robots to complete specific tasks related to relevant themes. Scholars will have opportunities to draw connections between various STEM domains (inclusive of STEM teaching), explore the engineering design process and various careers and learn how robotics can help address issues within their lives.  

 

Scholars will focus on journaling to build analytical and reflective literacy skills. Scholar’s journaling will culminate with the design and production of an issue of BoldlyU magazine to share with parents/caregivers and the community. We will continue our focus on health and financial wellness. Scholars will have an opportunity to explore a variety of medical fields and careers that help support our physical and mental well-being and explore how computational thinking is utilized in these fields. Scholars will participate in a financial simulation and weekly mindfulness and creativity sessions such as painting and other physical fitness sessions such as dance.   

When: June 3rd – June 28th (Monday-Friday 9:00-4:00 pm)- NO PROGRAMMING ON JUNE 19th in OBSERVATION OF JUNETEENTH.

Where: Indiana University Indianapolis School of Education 

Total Cost: Sliding scale ranging from $120 to $240 for the 4 weeks. If you are willing and able to pay the full program cost of $1,000 for the four-week session, this will allow GSI to offer scholarships to more families in need. Thank you for partnering with us to make a difference. Scholarships are available. We will share the payment link in our welcome email to accepted scholars.

For questions, please contact Ms. Renee Barlow, Program Manager at mrbarlow@iu.edu 

  Girls STEM Summer Institute is open and available to all individuals, regardless of race or gender.

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