Mallary Williams of Case Middle School is a 2019 recipient of the Girls Living STEM Award
Mallary Williams of Case Middle School is a 2019 recipient of the Girls Living STEM Award, a national award from the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice, who told Mallary, "You exemplify a young woman who demonstrates leadership qualities and inspires those around your through your passion for STEM. You look for opportunities to build your STEM skills and engage in leading and mentoring exchanges. We are honored to recognize you." Last year Mallary was part of a team that designed an experiment that was chosen to go to the International Space Station, working with a close-knit group of classmates on the continuous refinement of the experiment all year. Their experiment, "Rust Investigations" propelled them to the library for research, to meetings with local engineering firms, to video conferences with scientists, to trips to Cornell University labs, and to Kennedy Space Center to share their findings in a poster presentation.
Congratulations to Mallary, to her family, and to her SSEP team! Picture was taken by John Munson, Cornell.
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