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 invited as a planning committee member at the Baltimore City Public Schools regional Morgan State University (MSU) fair. The annual fair, in its 36th year, attracts hundreds of elementary, middle, and high school students, adults, community members, and MSU staff from across the BCPS system. The two- day event held in March showcases the hard work, creativity, and interest of students in STEM via technology, interactive demonstrations, projects, and products. The fair has been in place since 1981 and is annually planned and conducted by MSU’s School of Education and Urban Studies and the Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Education. The event is co-sponsored by the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Baltimore Metropolitan alumni chapter, and NASA Goddard professional chapter. Stay tuned for more details and pictures!