AFCEA International Chapter News

Local Educators Awarded Chapter Grants

The chapter presented 11 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) grants to local educators at its August luncheon. Recipients had the opportunity to describe their projects to attendees. Recipients are Lynn Albers, FIRST Robotics team, Pender High School; Jared Pinkson, FIRST Robotics team, Vanstory Hills; Alison Hurley, Sphero robotics, Pine Forest High School; Michelle Quinn, Chromebooks for online demonstrations, Stoney Point Elementary School; Cynthia Chisholm, 3-D printing, Cleveland Community College and Cleveland Early College High School; Rodney Cobb, FIRST Robotics team, Eastover-Central Elementary School of Arts; Kelly Osornio, Science Olympiad team, Rockfish Elementary School; Rachel Andress, Sphere robotics, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics; Joe LoBuglio, FIRST Robotics team, Howard Hall Elementary; Natasha McKoy, Sphere robotics, Lillian Black Elementary; and Jenni Clark, Sphero robotics. Robotics got heavy emphasis at the high school and elementary school levels. Two of the FIRST Robotics teams brought in their robots for chapter members to see and even test-drive. The chapter is proud to support local teachers and the future technology leaders under their guidance.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Mike Shoemaker

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