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Media Advisory 09-024
NSB Assembles Expert Panel to Identify and Develop STEM Innovators to Foster U.S. Economic Strength and Competitiveness

Two-day discussion to be held at NSF Aug. 24-25, featuring Education Secretary Arne Duncan

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Photo of high school students building a ROV.

Students from Jesuit High School in Carmichael, Calif., traveled to Labrador, Canada, to compete in an international competition with a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) they built themselves. The student's ROV was designed to operate underwater and to perform specific tasks, such as removing a well head on a submerged oil rig. This is an example of a program that aims to develop the STEM skills of talented and highly motivated students.

Credit: Jesuit High School (Gerald Glasser), Carmichael, CA


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