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What happens when we add an "A" to STEM? STEAM Point Days, new at UWSP!

STEAM is an approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has three, one-day conferences geared to 7th and 8th grade students.  The conferences include exhibit exploration, a keynote speaker, three one-hour workshops and lunch.

Students, if you are a collaborative problem-solver and experiential learner who also enjoys the creative process and critical thinking, then STEAM Point Days are for you!

School groups and individuals are encouraged to attend. Pre-registration is required. Check out the websites below for more information and how to register! 


Scholarships for the STEM/STEAM Point Days are given through the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Henry Dreyfus Teacher Scholar Award 2018 recipient, Nathan Bowling, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

 STEAM Point Day for Boys

Friday, November 2, 2018​

Available workshops posted on September 18, 2018

Registration opens on September 24, 2018

Scholarship deadline: Scholarships are still available. Email for additional information.

Registration closes on October 25, 2018 

Visit the STEAM Point Day for Boys website

 STEAM Point Day for Girls

Friday, February 15, 2019​

Available workshops posted on December 10, 2018

Registration opens on January 7, 2019

Scholarship deadline: January 19, 2019

Registration closes on January 31, 2019 

Visit the STEAM Point Day for Girls website

 STEAM Point Day at Treehaven

​Friday, May 3, 2019​

Available workshops posted on February 28, 2019

Registration opens on March 11, 2019

Scholarship deadline: April 19, 2019

Registration closes on April 19, 2019 

Visit the STEAM Point Day at Treehaven website

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Want to participate at one of the events?

Click here to volunteer at the event

Click here to exhibit at the event

Click here to present at the event

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Institution.
Continuing Education and Outreach encourages students to attend the STEAM event they identify with most.