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Welcome to STEAM Studio

Summer 2019: June 17 - July 26

Welcome to the S.T.E.A.M. Studio- a chance to explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math in real life while having fun, making friends and creating summer memories at nationally recognized Miami University Regionals campuses! Each week of camp is centered around a common theme to provide unique hands-on opportunities to imagine, design and bring your ideas to life while experiencing traditional and not-so-traditional summer camp activities! From robotics and game creation, to environmental exploration and DIY art, you will see all areas of STEAM come alive!

CALLING ALL 5TH to 8TH GRADERS

Registration Opens: April 5, 2019
Program Hours: 9am - 4pm
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What is STEAM

S.T.E.A.M. education is in high demand and takes S.T.E.M. learning experiences to the next level. While S.T.E.M. and S.T.E.A.M. both focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the “A” for arts is what makes all the difference, not just in terms of visual art and aesthetics. The “A” is also meant to incorporate language arts, music, social studies, and the physical arts. It focuses on the application of science, with the goal for those experiencing it to feel free to wonder, critique, inquire, and innovate. S.T.E.A.M allows us to dream big and make our ideas come to life!

Important Schedule Update: 

  • Amusement Accelerator (Middletown) June 24-June 28, 2019
  • Ultimate Gamer(Middletown) July 1-July 5, 2019

STEAM Sessions - max of 45 participants in each session

Lights, Camera, Magic!: June 17-June 21, 2019 Middletown Campus

How did they do that? Did you wonder how to make something fly or suspend in mid-air? Explore the basics used by film directors and photographers to create special effects using green screen technology while creating your own short-film or print art! End the week screening your creations at the STEAM Studio first ever “Film Fest!” (Max 45 Participants) $225

Amusement Accelerator: June 24-June 28, 2019 Middletown Campus 

Wonder what it takes to develop an amusement park? Try your hand at satisfying the thrill seeker in us all using simple machines to design and develop unique theme park attractions and carnival games. On the last day, we will set up our own amusement park for the exhibition! (Max 45 Participants) $225

Ultimate Gamer: July 1-July 5, 2019 Middletown Campus

Do you have what it takes to create the next big gaming trend? Using computer programming, conceptualize unique video games and experiences using coding, graphics, and animation. On the last day, we will showcase our “Gaming Expo”, where we demonstrate the games in their true beta form! Note: There is no camp on July 4, 2019 (Max 45 Participants) $180

Ultimate Gamer: July 8- July 12, 2019 Hamilton Campus

Do you have what it takes to create the next big gaming trend? Using computer programming, conceptualize unique video games and experiences using coding, graphics, and animation. On the last day, we will showcase our “Gaming Expo”, where we demonstrate the games in their true beta form! (Max 45 Participants) $225

Robot Academy: July 15 -July 19, 2019 Hamilton Campus

Are these the droids you have been looking for? Explore what makes a robot and experience real artificial intelligence interactions. Investigate circuits, try your hand at coding, program lego creations, and construct bots to make our lives easier, or at least more amusing! Be ready to show off your robot’s tricks and skills at the end of the week during the “Robot Rodeo!” (Max 45 Participants) $225

Environmental Superhero: July 22 -July 26, 2019 Hamilton Campus

What if it were up to you to save the planet? Harness the science of solar energy for cooking and to power simple machines. Become an environmental superhero and design ways to sustain the environment and wildlife while having fun with nature! On the last day, showcase your science skills and artistic side at our very own recycled sculpture and creation exhibit. (Max 45 Participants) $225

Have Questions?

Theresa Young

Theresa Young, MEd, E-Campus Program and Outreach Specialist

Steam Studio Program Manager

Email: steamstudio@miamioh.edu

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This project was funded in part by a grant from the Women's Fund of the Hamilton Community Foundation.