How Do You STEAM?

Messenger photos by Theresa Garee
Rebecca Dille applauds Christopher Pairan, 4, as he correctly identifies the ribs on a skeleton at the Canal Winchester event, “How Do You S.T.E.A.M.?” on May 2 in the Canal Winchester Community Center. “The city values S.T.E.A.M careers and we wanted to showcase that to our community,” said Hannah Woodruff said, events and communications coordinator fo the city of Canal Winchester. She said COSI approached the city to ask if it would host an event in conjunction with COSI’s upcoming science festival on May 4-7. S.T.E.A.M stands for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
Isabella Byrd, a student at The Ohio State University and studying natural resource management, shows attendees how dirt contains materials that can create electricity levels.
Kip McCarthy, 7, a student at Indian Trail Elementary and learned how to test for the hardness of water.
Mammographer Kaylee Maravy of Diley Ridge showcases to attendees how certain things show up in x-rays while other things do not. Staff from the radiology department at Diley Ridge attended the How Do You S.T.E.A.M.? event along with the Canal Winchester Public Works, Square Canvas, the OSU extension, and Franklin Soil & Water Conservation District.
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