STEM Academy draws from four counties
From robots and micro-organism to small businesses and an a capella musical selection—students participating in Coahoma Community College’s STEM Academy showed off a variety of interesting information during special presentations on Friday, June 20 at the program’s conclusion.
The progra m, held in the Whiteside Hall lecture room, visibly impressed parents and community members who came out to witness what the group of 52 students learned during the week long STEM Academy designed to promote science, technology, education and mathematics among middle and high school students in Coahoma, Bolivar, Quitman, Tunica and Tallahatchie counties.
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