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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 offer 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.

November 30, 2021

Paleontology and Histology

Carrie Levitt-Bussian joined STEMCAP to talk about her job as the Paleontology Collections Manager at the Natural History Museum of Utah.  She visited Slate Canyon and the Oak Springs School…
November 4, 2021

Hydrolysis and “Squishy Circuits”

Victoria Russell joined STEMCAP again at Farmington Bay Youth Center to talk to our students about circuits and batteries! Students were able to experiment with the properties of water to effect hydrolysis,…
November 1, 2021


The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (Annie Burbidge-Ream and Katie Seastrand) and University of Utah Electrochemist Victoria Russell teamed up to work with students at Oak Springs State Hospital and…

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