The Wartburg STEM Visit Day includes workshops designed to give science- and math-oriented high school seniors an opportunity to pursue, in depth, specific areas in contemporary science, engineering, and psychology. Each workshop, led by Wartburg College faculty or a team of clinical laboratory scientists from ASCLS-IA, consists of six to 12 students and the instructor. The structure is informal and encourages close interpersonal contacts. Student participants are encouraged to share their experiences and newly-gained knowledge with their high school teachers and other students, and should feel free to interact further with professors and other symposium student participants. All participants will earn a $1,000 award per year if they enroll at Wartburg. Some high school seniors may qualify to participate in a Knights Scholarship Day, one of which is being held the day after the symposium.