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What is STEMCAP?

The STEM Community Alliance Program (STEMCAP) forges novel connections through inquiry-based and interactive STEM programming to put scientists, artists, and community educators inside Youth-In-Custody (YIC) facilities. By creating opportunities for interactions among science-engaged community members and YIC students, we highlight common ground for learning by all participants. Our program offers topical science presentations, art-science workshops, and experiential conservation projects. We help empower Youth-In-Custody by demonstrating ways they can contribute to their community while in the custody of the state and into the future.

Monarchs and Milkweed
June 13, 2022

2022 Milkweed Project for Western Monarch Conservation

  "milkweed and monarchs grow in unison, so one day the two of them meet in person." The 2022 Milkweed Project was a great success! In total, more than 1,500+…
June 2, 2022

STEMCAP Publishes Inaugural “ZINE” to feature Student Artwork

This spring, STEMCAP published our first-ever collection of student artwork! Over the past two semesters, we have welcomed many wonderful guest presenters who have contributed their time and talent to…
April 18, 2022

Community Engaged Learning Undergraduates team up with STEMCAP

This Spring, STEMCAP teamed up with a group of Undergraduates from the Community Engaged Learning program at the University of Utah. Four groups of students from the CEL classrooms either…

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