The first Copper Country Science and Engineering Festival took place at the Hancock Central High School Wednesday. The event featured 60 demonstrations and activities for fourth through seventh grade students from Hancock, Houghton, Chassell, Lake Linden-Hubbell, Calumet, and Dollar Bay-Tamarack City schools. The demonstrations and activities were run by Michigan Technological University students from eight student organizations, as well as by high school student volunteers from Lake Linden and Hancock High Schools.  The Western U.P. MiSTEM Network supported the marketing and communication efforts between Michigan Tech and participating schools.

See more at the following new sources:

About Author

Emily Gochis
Western U.P. Mi-STEM Network Regional Director Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative Program Director
Back to top