SWENext clubs were asked to tackle the question of “How would women in STEM of the past influence the world today?” To communicate their ideas, the clubs made a virtual creation which depicted a famous woman in STEM from the past that inspired their club and how she would impact the world today. Winners of this challenge exemplify curiosity, innovation and enthusiasm for the future of STEM.
SWEet Creation Winners:
To congratulate their efforts, all winners will receive monetary funds for their club’s activities and events, a club spotlight in the high school newsletter and will have their creation posted on SWENext social media!
1st Place: Lincoln SWENext
Lincoln SWENext’s inspiration is Mary Jackson. They believe that Jackson’s influence in today’s world would be in aerospace and engineering to design zero-fuel aircrafts! They will receive $100! Check out their project, STEM IN THE PAST-NOW With Mary Jackson.
2nd Place: SWENext Club Riverside High School
The SWENext Club Riverside High School looks up to Grace Hopper! This club imagines that Grace Hopper would be improving Artificial Intelligence, studying blockchain and advancing quantum computing. They will receive $75! Check out their project Inspired by Grace.
3rd Place: Fox Chapel SWENext
Fox Chapel SWENext’s influence is Hedy Lammar. They think that Lammar would make significant contributions to expanding 5G service. They will receive $25!
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