National Society of Black Engineers Spring Break to Promote STEM Education and Careers

NSBE4aNational Society of Black Engineers students from Michigan Tech are going to present science, technology and engineering talks in the Detroit area for middle- and highschool students at five different schools by day, and presenting three family engineering nights for elementary students at night. The spring break trip is supported by John Deere.

The Houghton Michigan Daily Mining Gazette had an article: “Doing good downstate: Six Tech students will spend break sharing with youngsters.

Family Engineering Activities & NSBE Presenters

  Activity Presenters Major School attended
1 Blast Off (Mechanical) Yomi Famuyiwa Mechanical Engineering, M.S. Atlanta, Georgia
2 Give Me A Hand? (Biomedical/Mech) Anza Mitchell Engineering Education PhD candidate Atlanta, Georgia
3 Launcher (Mechanical) Rebecca Spencer Mechanical Engineering, 1st year Redford Union High School, Detroit
4 Brain Saver (Biomedical) Bruce Brunson Biomedical Engineering 2nd year Renaissance High School, Detroit
5 Sparkling Water (Environmental) Terrianna Bradley Environmental Engineering 3rd year Cass Tech High School, Detroit
6 Short Activities Nathan Saiyed Computer Science, M.S. Nigeria
Michigan Tech Student Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers are heading to Detroit to share their love of engineering  with elementary, middle and high-school students.
Michigan Tech
Student Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers are heading to Detroit to share their love of engineering
with elementary, middle and high-school students.
Michigan Tech Student Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers are heading to Detroit to share their love of engineering  with elementary, middle and high-school students.
Michigan Tech
Student Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers are heading to Detroit to share their love of engineering
with elementary, middle and high-school students.

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