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STEM in the Alps

Twenty-two students visited Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and France to see how STEM is incorporated into the cities, towns, buildings, and operations in the region of the Alps.
STEM in the Alps 2019
STEM in the Alps 2019

The group visited the world’s largest science and technology museum, The Deutsches Museum in Munich, which holds 100,000 artifacts from many disciplines.

They ventured underground in a salt mine near Salzburg with a rich engineering past dating back centuries. Students toured a BMW manufacturing factory that combines innovation and performance. And they visited Vauban a neighborhood to the south of the town center in Freiburg, Germany, that is a model of sustainability.

Every stop on the trip sought to encourage students to dream big about the contributions they can make.


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