Professors at Wayne State University are getting students excited about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to help prepare for the new jobs of today, and those that haven't event been created yet for the future.
Part of getting students ready for their STEM experience is to engage them early, even in middle school and high school. Fore hte second consecutive year, the WSU STEM team is hosting an on-campus event with more than 70 interactive sessions that are expected to attract hundreds of prospective future scientists on Tuesday, March 13.
Organizer Julie Hasse, STEM professors and a few students stopped by the Fox2 Studios Saturday morning with some of their favorite eye-opening experiments to preview the event.
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