Beaumont students attend event with White House adviser and Mythbusters host

Five Beaumont School students had the opportunity to meet with Andrew Coy, a senior adviser in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Adam Savage, inventor and host of Mythbusters, during a STEM education event hosted by Great Lakes Science Center on April 27.

Students Kimberly Browske '17, Mary Bova '18, Nora Duncan '19, Lexi Kerry '17 and Holly Sirk '16 were able to showcase and speak able their various Beaumont STEM experiences, including participation in robotics competitions, our pre-engineering curriculum, 3D printing, and CAD design. The students 3D printed name tags to identify themselves at the event.

Twelve area schools were invited to the science center for the day's festivities, which included an engineering build event. Coy and Savage engaged our students in discussions, noting the advanced engineering curriculum and were impressed by Beaumont's combat robotics team. 

Beaumont students conversing with Andrew Coy (left) and Adam Savage (right) 


  

Gretchen Santo and Beaumont students at the event