Sharing Our Good News (11/19/21)


STEM Senior Brent Weiffenbach helps create 3D-printed medical device to be used by Centura Health for training staff

STEM Cart of Happiness makes its rounds through the school

It’s Friday and time for the STEM Cart of Happiness to make its rounds through the school, spreading joy and treats to all of our amazing staff!

STEM Senior Alex Bostley awarded $1,000 scholarship from CBS4

Congratulations to STEM senior Alex Bostley, the recipient of CBS4’s Future Leaders $1,000 scholarship! This week CBS4 came to STEM to interview Alex about all of the amazing work he has done with TSA and more. The scholarship is given to high school students who excel in the STEM fields. Way to go Alex!

CBS4 feature on STEM student

Coffee with Admin

Started off Wednesday morning with ‘Coffee with Admin’ in the Elementary School cafeteria. Thanks to all who showed up for some engaging discussion about all things STEM!

STEM staff meeting

VISA Future Me event

The VISA Future Me event at STEM was a success this week! STEM students collaborated with students in Belize and worked on solving problems presented by the team at VISA. Employees with VISA were greatly impressed by the innovate ideas and app creations from the students.

Turbine Labs - Business Practices

Students in CSHS (Computer Science Honors Society) had an opportunity to meet and talk with the speakers from Turbine Labs. The session was about a real-world look into the tech startup world and its exciting frontiers in developing new technologies and business practices through Turbine Labs, a natural language processing and artificial intelligence company focused on processing and interpreting social media for enterprises. The event was very informative to our curious and beginner members who are just starting out in computer science or looking for long-term career advice from inspiring Turbine Labs front-end developers. Thank you Turbine Labs and our CSHS Advisor and Officers.

SteMed and SteMed, Jr. News!

On Thursday, Nov. 4, SteMed, and SteMed Jr. were joined by AHU Nurses and Staff, who led all members in vital sign checking, IV insertion practice, and an exciting anatomy app. During this time, SteMed and SteMed Jr. had the opportunity to interact with nursing directors, nursing professors, and nursing students. We’re so thankful for AdventistHealth University and this fantastic experience!

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