CSM Shares STEM Programs at Calvert County Expo

College of Southern Maryland Assistant Professor James Graves demonstrates the mechanics of a lock-pick to William Parsons and Parsons' three children

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College of Southern Maryland Assistant Professor James Graves demonstrates the mechanics of a lock-pick to William Parsons and Parsons’ three children, Will, Jane and Ben, as Graves discusses cybersecurity and tools that criminals use to gain access to personal data at the Calvert County Public School’s Sixth Annual Science and Engineering Expo. Parents and students from elementary, middle and high school explored and engaged in STEM activities that were presented by a variety of organizations, including CSM, at the Feb. 25 event held at Calvert High School in Prince Frederick. In addition to cybersecurity, CSM faculty and staff shared information about robotics and other CSM STEM programs, as well as the STEM programs that will be available at the college’s Kids’ & Teen College summer program. For more on CSM’s STEM programs, see http://stem.csmd.edu.

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College of Southern Assistant Professor Byron Brezina talks about robotics to participants at Calvert County Public School’s Sixth Annual Science and Engineering Expo held Feb. 25. Participants were allowed to try to use robot manipulators used in CSM’s Principles of Robotics course and get the robots to pick up and move objects. Parents and students from elementary, middle and high school explored and engaged in STEM activities that were presented by a variety of organizations, including CSM, at the event held at Calvert High School in Prince Frederick. In addition to robotics, CSM faculty and staff shared information about cybersecurity and other CSM STEM programs, as well as the STEM programs that will be available at the college’s Kids’ & Teen College summer program. For more on CSM’s STEM programs, see http://stem.csmd.edu.

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College of Southern Assistant Professor Ronda Jacobs gives participants at Calvert County Public School’s Sixth Annual Science and Engineering Expo the opportunity to operate a mobile robot and play a VEX IQ Crossover game. Parents and students from elementary, middle and high school explored and engaged in STEM activities that were presented by a variety of organizations, including CSM, at the event held at Calvert High School in Prince Frederick. In addition to robotics, CSM faculty and staff shared information about cybersecurity and other CSM STEM programs, as well as the STEM programs that will be available at the college’s Kids’ & Teen College summer program. For more on CSM’s STEM programs, see http://stem.csmd.edu.

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