As someone once said, “A science fair project is the ultimate answer to the often-asked student question: Why do I need to learn this stuff, anyway?” And we couldn’t agree more! MNA is proud to be on the planning committee for the 36th annual STEM fair at Morgan State University (MD) in March. The fair that attracts hundreds of elementary, middle, and high school students, adults, community members and MSU staff from across BCPS schools is a two-day gala event filled with STEM fun and facts, competitions, interactive student demonstrations, high-tech gadgets, gaming technology, and information on STEM jobs and careers. The event is organized by MSU’s School of Education and Urban Studies and the Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science and is co-sponsored by the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), B’more Metropolitan alumni chapter, and NASA-Goddard professional chapter. Stay tuned for details and pictures from the event!