Hey, kids! Want to be an engineer?
Since East Nashville is the only place where kids can get a STEM education from kindergarten through graduation, it makes sense to bring different schools in the neighborhood together for a practical show of the knowledge they’re gaining every day.
The Engineering Expo held earlier today at Stratford STEM Magnet High brought in scientists and industry pros with truckloads of demos and experiments.
Stratford’s Academy Partners showed up in force to support Stratford, Bailey STEM Magnet Middle, and Litton Middle School students. They showed off research and investigations from the worlds of biotechnology, engineering, and science.
Interactive tables set-up by:
- Adventure Science Center
- Architecture, Construction, and Engineering Mentor Program of Greater Nashville
- Army Corp of Engineers
- Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon
- Dyer Observatory
- FIRST Robotics Student Group
- Fisk University ‘s Department of Physics
- Lipscomb University’s College of Engineering
- Metro Water Services
- Middle Tennessee State University’s CIM (concrete) program
- Nashville Electric Service
- National Weather Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Nissan Interactive Marketing
- Nissan North America Product Safety
- Tennessee State University’s College of En-gineering
- Universal Robotics
- Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach
Posted on September 12, 2013, in Community Partners, Schools, Students and tagged academies of nashville, bailey, community partners, engineering, high schools, litton, middle schools, STEM, stratford. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.