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Westchester Students Learn Science In New Ways At Pace Regional Academy

Briarcliff Manor, Ossining and Croton Harmon School students participated in “Inventing, Circuits, and Robotics."
Briarcliff Manor, Ossining and Croton Harmon School students participated in “Inventing, Circuits, and Robotics." Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito
Students work on circuit projects at the academy.
Students work on circuit projects at the academy. Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito
Students work together and collaborate on circuits.
Students work together and collaborate on circuits. Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito
A professor looks on as students complete their project.
A professor looks on as students complete their project. Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito
Students at the “Physics for Life” at Pace University.
Students at the “Physics for Life” at Pace University. Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito
Students' project at the Physics for Life academy.
Students' project at the Physics for Life academy. Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito
Students working together on their project at the "Physics for Life" academy.
Students working together on their project at the "Physics for Life" academy. Photo Credit: Dr. Gerald Ardito

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Students from Briarcliff Manor, Ossining and Croton-Harmon School Districts are learning to extend interest in science, foster curiosity about the world and work of science and create additional excitement about the ways in which science connects with their daily lives at the Pace University Regional Science Academy.

The academy is successfully underway and currently exploring topics in computer science with “Inventing, Circuits, and Robotics” and Physics “Physics for Life.” Both circuits have had prior dates in March and another upcoming date on Saturday, April 18.

Pace University professors will teach and students will learn through laboratory-based projects utilizing the sophisticated Science and Computer Laboratories at Pace University.

Outstanding Assistant Professor of STEM-D Education Dr. Gerald Ardito will guide the academy along with Associate Professor Dr. Mohsen Shiri and Assistant Professor Rofeideh Mansourian, all of whom will facilitate the actual teaching and learning process.

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