STEM Festival on tap; here’s what you can learn

KEYSER – Imagine getting to launch a life-size catapult, creating jewelry with your name spelled in binary code, or touching an authentic dinosaur bone.

Why imagine it, when you can actually do these things when you attend the Mineral County Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Festival, to be held Saturday, March 26, from noon to 4 pm, on the campus of West Virginia University Potomac State College?

This free event is open to students in grades K-12, their families and to members of the community.

Potomac State faculty and students will make the following thought-provoking presentations and offer hands-on presentations during the event:

Hands-On Anatomy and Physiology – Have you ever wondered what the inside of your body looks like or how the various organs work? Sheryl Chisholm, Ph.D., biology professor, along with some of her students from the Anatomy and Physiology I class, will answer these questions with an interactive approach.

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