STEM Takeover

Valley Mall Overrun With Science, Tech, Engineering, Math Students Saturday

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Posted: February 25, 2013

Yohann Malvaez, 6, of Harrisonburg, operates “Water Robot” at the Valley Mall in Harrisonburg on Saturday. The robot, built by a team from Thomas Harrison Middle School, was on display as part of Harrisonburg City Schools STEM Day. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Maryam Mohammed, 5, of Harrisonburg, holds an anemometer (windspeed gauge) she made from paper cups with the help of her mother, Zahraa, during the event.
Khashayar Dashtpour (right), a student at Blue Ridge Community College and mentor for the Harrisonburg High School Big Blue Botics team, operates the basketball throwing robot “Sampsonator” with HHS senior Jordan Leaman at Harrisonburg City Schools STEM Day at Valley Mall Saturday.
HARRISONBURG — Tucked between kiosks and taking over entryways, students engaging in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, projects turned the Valley Mall into one big classroom...

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