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HAMPTON ROADS CHAPTER CHAPTER - Dec 11, 2012
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STEM Educators on Curriculum

Lisette Diehl, Technology Academy coordinator, and Dr. James Barger, Engineering Department Chair, from the Landstown High School Governors STEM and Technology Academy in Virginia Beach, Virginia, spoke to the December luncheon. They spoke to the cutting-edge curriculum especially designed for students with a deep interest in and talent for engineering, marketing and information technology. The innovative learning environment provides students the added advantage of combining academic and technical training that will prepare them for a variety of post-graduation choices. They also addressed the assembled science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers and encouraged them to continue to push their students to think creatively and assist in building our next work force.

Event Photographs:

Lisette Diehl, Technology Academy coordinator, Landstown High School Governors STEM and Technology Academy, addresses the chapterís December luncheon.
Lisette Diehl, Technology Academy coordinator, Landstown High School Governors STEM and Technology Academy, addresses the chapterís December luncheon.
Teresa Duvall (2nd from r), chapter president, presents the chapterís December Military Cyber Professional Award to Petty Officer 3rd Class Frankie Langford, USN (2nd from l), Naval Computer Telecommunications Area Master Station, Atlantic. Senior Chief Petty Officer Latrina D. Tate, USN, and Doug Vanderlip, chapter executive vice president, stand witness.
Teresa Duvall (2nd from r), chapter president, presents the chapterís December Military Cyber Professional Award to Petty Officer 3rd Class Frankie Langford, USN (2nd from l), Naval Computer Telecommunications Area Master Station, Atlantic. Senior Chief Petty Officer Latrina D. Tate, USN, and Doug Vanderlip, chapter executive vice president, stand witness.
In December, Duvall (3rd from l) presents the Civilian Cyber Professional Award to Verlaine Quinniey (2nd from l), Old Dominion University Student Chapter. Witnessing the presentation are Dr. Stephen Gordon (l); Vanderlip (3rd from r); Whit Ludington, chapter president; and Penny Pickle.
In December, Duvall (3rd from l) presents the Civilian Cyber Professional Award to Verlaine Quinniey (2nd from l), Old Dominion University Student Chapter. Witnessing the presentation are Dr. Stephen Gordon (l); Vanderlip (3rd from r); Whit Ludington, chapter president; and Penny Pickle.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Larry Minnick
732-546-5964

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