MGA Professor Conducts Successful STEM/STEAM Project in Portugal

Dr. Randy Spaid conducted a STEM/STEAM workshop for American International School science teachers at Carlucci AIS in Lisbon, Portugal, October 25-27.

The training supports schools participating in the NESA Virtual Science & Engineering Fair which is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of State.

Over 2500 students from 18 countries conduct their NVSEF investigations with mentoring from university faculty to compete in their local school fairs; the winners from each school progress to the second round and upload their projects online to be judged virtually by scientists and engineers.

Dr. Spaid and Dr. Stuart Fleischer (WBAIS Israel) co-founded the NVSEF project fifteen years ago.