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STEM

The IYWP is dedicated to the health and well-being of the community. Thus, STEM projects have gone digital, are paused, or canceled as we monitor the COVID-19 CDC reports, public school updates, and The University of Iowa's announcements. Check back after Monday, April 6th, 2020 for updates to pending events. The University of Iowa has issued a special events announcement on COVID-19, read here.

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Writing & Wellness - PAUSED
Ages: K-12
Place: Tate High School

IYWP is dedicated to the health and well-being of the community. Thus, this writing club is paused as we monitor the COVID-19 CDC reports, public school updates, and The University of Iowa's announcements. Check back after Monday, April 6th, 2020 for updates to paused or pending clubs. The University of Iowa has issued announcements on University programs during COVID-19, read here.

IYWP's monthly writing and wellness workshop meets at Tate High School. It includes University of Iowa and greater community guest speakers in related professions.

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Would you like this club at your school? Contact emily-spencer@uiowa.edu.

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Discover Medicine, Writing, & Wellness - PAUSED
Ages: Teen
Place: UIHC

IYWP is dedicated to the health and well-being of the community. Thus, this writing club is paused as we monitor the COVID-19 CDC reports, public school updates, and The University of Iowa's announcements. Check back after Monday, April 6th, 2020 for updates to paused or pending clubs. The University of Iowa has issued announcements on University programs during COVID-19, read here.

The Iowa Youth Writing Project and the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics have collaborated to bring you Discover Medicine, Writing, and Wellness, a K-12 Stem Program. It meets monthly with selected students from Iowa City Community School District. Part of a diversity initiative to address the disproportionately low number of medical professionals of color, this monthly program engages students of color interested in medicine or allied health. It features a writing club related to medicine.