Science and engineering expo a big
700 middle school students visited the Princeton campus in
March to take part in the first ever Science and Engineering
Expo, which was organized by Daniel Steinberg, education
outreach director for the Princeton Center for Complex Materials.
The students were treated to a variety of science and engineering
activities and demonstrations. Above left, Electrical Engineering
Graduate Student Audrey Lee explains solar cells to 7th graders.
Above right, Leslie Warren ’05 explains a robotic vehicle
to 7th grader Raymond Fernholz. Left, Assistant Professor
Craig Arnold explains polymers to 7th grader Nicholas Stile.
Above, Joyelle Jones, an electrical engineering graduate
student, talks about friction and static electricity using
a balloon as an example.
by Frank Wojciechowski
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