Last week, on March 13, four members of Cleveland IEEE reviewed science and engineering projects presented by students in grades 7 to 12. There were many interesting projects to view, and the students did a great job of presenting their work. As always, determining the projects that best reflect the interests of our organization was challenging and the judges were looking at projects in biology, chemistry, engineering, physics and math. But selections were made. We plan to award the students trophies and certificates before our next ExComm meeting on April 5, and to celebrate with some pizza.
Thanks again to our judges: Matthew Meserko, Mark Horstein, Ken Lauer and Steven Galecki