More than 625 fifth- through 12th-graders from the Midstate will be presenting nearly 300 STEM research posters on the MTSU campus Wednesday (4/11/18).
The projects include:
╨ Obstacle avoidance glasses for the blind
╨ Solar-powered aircraft
╨ Automatic evidence and DNA location
╨ Improving decomposition
╨ Animals and the solar eclipse
╨ Note Taker App development
╨ And more!
Housed at MTSU, the Middle Tennessee STEM Innovation Hub encourages students to engage in projects involving a process of inquiry in response to a complex question, problem or challenge. These rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and practice skills necessary for success: communication, collaboration and critical thinking.
This year marks the sixth annual event to be held on the MTSU campus. It is titled the Middle Tennessee STEM Expo.