From left, RESET volunteer Peter Sowa (electronics), fifth grade teacher Caitlin Byington, volunteer Rich Repplier (electronics and acoustics), fifth grade teacher Megan Hennessey, and volunteer Tom Ilich (structural engineering) met on October 14, 2015 to plan programs for fall and spring terms at Camelot Elementary School in Fairfax, VA.
Mike Fritz, who helped me in the classroom this term, shared his experience with his co-workers at the US Environmental Protection Agency: As I strode to the front of Ms. Molly Moran’s second grade
An excerpt from the 624/14 STEMCONNECTOR, below. I found the drop in computer science degrees for women both notable and disappointing. I wonder if it is connected to the growth of computer gaming and
I am a Microbiologist. There are three ways for a contagion to spread, by contact, by droplets or through the air. This novel coronavirus spreads through droplets. This means that the droplets fall to
Thank you for the gift card, but more importantly giving our second grade students the wonderful opportunity to experience RESET. We were lucky enough to have not one, but all three classes experiences fantastic