NU Hosts Statewide STEM Fair

On April 1, middle- and high school students, along with their teachers and parents, braved a spring snowstorm to attend the annual Vermont Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Fair at Norwich University. The daylong event showcased the work of Vermont students from grades 5 to 12 who displayed projects, tackled tough questions, and posed solutions for real-world problems. The roughly 125 volunteer judges included industry scientists and engineers, secondary-education faculty, medical professionals, military personnel, and retirees. Several Norwich faculty members served as judges. Norwich professor Richard Milius, event co-director, said, “By hosting the fair for over 30 years, Norwich plays an important role in promoting hands-on science for Vermont’s future leaders.”

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