Two Carrollton High School students traveled to Washington, D.C. to present on the work they have been doing to increase interest in math and science among their peers. During the academic year, Hudson Holm and Emily Jaremba have been participating in the Chief Science Officers program organized by Saginaw Valley State University.
Earlier this month, they shared lessons they have learned through the program at the STEM Ecosystems 2018 Spring National Community of Practice Convention – in conjunction with the U.S. News & World Report STEM Solutions Conference – in Washington, D.C.
The Carrollton students were joined by Adrianne Cole, SVSU director of STEM, and Craig Coppersmith, a Carrollton high school science teacher and SVSU alumnus. They presented on two topics: “Growing Significant Business-to-Student Partnerships” and “Fostering Cross-Sector Collaborations.”
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(Written by SVSU publication)
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