This summer, aspiring engineers in grades 3-8 tested their creative problem-solving skills at the EEK! Engineering Education for Kids summer camp, a week-long immersive workshop with hands-on team projects. Children were introduced to various stages of the engineering process including design, prototyping and testing to learn how engineering works. See what these future engineers created with guidance from some of our college's K-8 Mathematics and Science Education and Exceptional Student Education students led by Megan Nickels, assistant professor of STEM Education. (Photos by Amy Floyd)