See Blue STEM Camp

. . . inspiring the next generation of STEM learners

2015 Camp Information

June 8 – 12, 2015

Future Tentative Dates: June 13 – 17, 2016

Registration – 2015 Camp has reached its capacity! 

Want to volunteer to help out with this year’s camp? Fill out the contact form for more information!

A collaboration with the UK College of Education and UK College of Engineering, The See Blue STEM Camp’s Goal is to expose students to a variety positive learning experiences and career options in the STEM fields. Additionally, the See Blue STEM Camp…

  • Targets rising middle grades students (grades 5-8) especially females, students of colors, and students disinterested in STEM
  • Authentic hands-on STEM learning environments on the University of Kentucky campus
  • Preservice teacher and graduate students from STEM disciplines assist with camp and gain valuable content knowledge and experience in an informal low-stakes environment
  • Partner with area school Youth Service Coordinators to recruit and retain underrepresented populations
  • Area inservice teachers assist with the camp gaining valuable STEM laboratory experience and ideas that they can incorporate into their own classrooms

The week-long day camp is designed to help students explore and integrate the STEM disciplines through authentic hands-on projects and real world applications.

Read more about their STEM Camp adventures at or check out the 2014 STEM Camp successes and stats!

Information for Parents/Guardians

See Blue STEM Camp in the News!

For more information contact us!

  • STEM Camp Director – Dr. Craig Schroeder, 859.494.4224
  • STEM Camp Co-Directors – Dr. Margaret Mohr-Schroeder; Dr. Christa Jackson; Dr. Bruce Walcott; and Mr. Mark Evans
  • STEM Camp Graduate Assistant – Maureen Cavalcanti