Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education Programs

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STEM Education programs are designed for students in grades K-12 with the intent to inspire appreciation and excitement for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as the foundation for understanding our own health and uncovering the next generation of health care professionals.

These experiential programs for groups allow students the opportunity for hands-on knowledge of innovation and problem solving in health care discovery. Students have the opportunity to work directly with current UI Carver College of Medicine students who are associated with the UI Medical Student Ambassador Program (MSAP) as well as other UI medical student interest groups.

Logo for STEM seal of approval

In 2017, UI Health Care's Girls Go STEM! program received the state's highest recognition, with the award of the Governor's STEM Advisory Council Seal of Approval.

STEM Education programs are often set up by group request in partnership with community organizations and schools. Individual student job shadows, visits or tours are not available at this time.