Stephen Cancino, computer systems engineering, Esteban Martinez, civil engineering and Ryan Martinez, industrial engineering work together on the bridge building activity for high school students. Photo: Jessica Slater/ASU

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) at ASU teamed up with nonprofit, the Legacy Initiative, to host the STEMS Success Youth Conference at ASU on May 10. Over 200 middle and high school students participated in activities designed to get female and minority students interested and excited about STEM related fields of study. Students also had the opportunity to see demonstrations from local robotics teams and speak with engineers from the Palo Verde Nuclear Station, Medtronics, Boeing, U.S. Navy and the Tuskegee Airmen.

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