Claire Crose is a senior servant leader at Living Science. She will be a freshman at Georgia Tech this fall. You might be an engineer if you can rattle off 35 derivatives and the 2nd law of thermodynamics at any time, but can never seem to remember your shirt size. Or, you might be an [...]
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) and the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed) named Living Science Home Studies as a finalist in the Middle School and High School categories for the 2017 Georgia STEM Education Awards. This premier STEM recognition event has selected our state’s top STEM educators, schools, companies, and programs for six consecutive years, recognizing [...]
On November 4th, Living Science students Everett Apple and Claire Crose had the honor of serving on a student panel at the fifth annual Technology Association of Georgia STEM Education Awards, which “honors Georgia schools, programs, and companies for outstanding efforts and achievements in supporting and promoting science, technology, engineering, and math education.” Living Science [...]
Team WedgeTech took the High School Manufacturing award AND second place overall in the Georgia Tech InVenture competition today. Congratulations to our hard-working students on their accomplishment, and to their teacher, Michelle Crose, who made it all possible! Stay tuned for the full report on their product and experience.
Every year, Georgia Tech hosts the InVenture Prize, the nation’s largest undergraduate invention competition. It is an interdisciplinary innovation competition open to college students. A few years ago, Georgia Tech expanded the competition to include younger students, calling it the InVenture Challenge. Over the summer, Living Science applied and was selected to compete in this [...]
In December, Living Science’s Engineering Essentials class attended Georgia Tech’s Capstone Design Expo to observe Georgia Tech students share their design class inventions and hear the inventors pitch their products. Capstone Design is a cumulative course offered in several disciplines, challenging students to invent and build a product with real world applications in the form [...]
There is no better way to see how broad the field of Engineering is than to tour a manufacturing plant. The Engineering Essentials class saw this first hand on Friday, September 4th as they toured Lockheed Martin’s Marietta facility. Although the application was an aircraft, many majors and functions could be seen. Lockheed employs aerospace, [...]