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Nuclear Power Institute Hosted STEM Family Night at Granbury High School

April 17, 2017

    Granbury High School's WIT and POWER SET students hosted the 1st STEM Family Night on April 10th, 2017. The event, sponsored by the Nuclear Power Institute (NPI), highlighted fun, educational, and interactive STEM activities. STEM Family Night is an exciting event designed to ignite an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The event is geared to be interesting to all ages and will highlight fun and educational activities and demonstrations. This year's event was very successful with 200+ students, parents, teachers, and community members in attendance. Students learned through interactive hands-on activities that include F1 in Schools race cars, robots, virtual reality, building challenges, structural contests, health science, and aerospace. The program was hosted by Granbury High School WIT & POWER SET students, along with teachers from Baccus Elementary, GHS Career and Technology Education (CTE), Comanche Peak Power Plant, and Tarleton State University's Society of Physics Students (SPS). The Nuclear Power Institute is a unique statewide partnership led by the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) and based at Texas A&M University.

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