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Army’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center helps develop future engineers

BEL AIR, Md.— Electrical engineers from the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) helped 125 fifth-graders at Homestead Wakefield Elementary School translate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education into real-world engineering projects May 17.

 

Focused on making Engineering is Elementary’s storybook A Reminder for Emily come alive for students, ECBC Electrical Engineer Mark Colgan – supported by his colleagues ECBC Electrical Engineer Jerry Huen and Computer Scientist Azra Malik – led a STEM lesson that was out of the ordinary.

 

This lesson was designed to reinforce the engineering design process, a technique that the three engineers use on a regular basis to complete customer projects at ECBC, the premier national resource for chemical and biological defense.

 

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Taken on May 17, 2012