The Ann Arbor Public School’s Third STEAM Expo was held Tuesday night and featured teachers and students from kindergarten to high school sharing what they are doing with Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.
Playground models, 3D printing projects, design and modeling projects, and information on STEAM summer camps were just some of the exciting stations that were featured at the Expo.
In addition to the elementary, middle school and high school STEAM Projects, middle and high school robotics teams showcased their work.
This is the second in a series on some of the many highlights that were on display at Skyline High School.
Pioneer Innovative Vehicle Design Team Senior Masaki Hada and junior Zac Williston were part of the Pioneer Innovative Vehicle Design Team on hand Tuesday night at Skyline.
“We are a student-run group of about 15 or so students,” said Hada. “Each year we design and build a new electric car.”
During the show the team displayed the frame of their future electric car, which they will spend most of the school year working on and building before racing it in competitions around the area.
The group is sponsored by Square One Education Network.
Hada and Williston explain the club and the car during this WLAA video.