Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Programs Prepare for Influx of Students
Booz Allen Hamilton Principal Ray Wernecke, center, presented College of Southern Maryland Development Director Martina Arnold, far right, with a $2,500 donation for CSM Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) efforts. Wernecke is joined by, from left, CSM President Dr. Brad Gottfried, CSM Vice President of Advancement Michelle Goodwin and CSM Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Debra Tervala. The college is hosting four robotics competitions beginning with a Maryland qualifier on Dec. 3 and preparing a week of STEM activities in April including a regional robotics competition, a regional STEM conference for educators, the Fourth Annual Youth in Technology Conference for middle and high school students and a job fair that will include employers from STEM-related fields. For information on CSMs STEM initiatives, visit www.csmd.edu/ISTEM. For information on CSM Foundation efforts, visit www.csmd.edu/Foundation.