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Mar 29 2017

Elementary Schools  Students at St. Joseph’s School in Kingston have the right moves—chess moves, that is. The St. Joseph’s Mighty Pawns chess team competed in the New York Chess Championships in Saratoga Springs March 11-12. The Mighty Pawns won the sixth-place team trophy in the middle school section and earned ninth place in the primary reserve section. […]

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Engineering conference designed to bring women into the field

Mar 16 2017

Students from Our Lady of Lourdes High School work through an exercise during the Engineering Tomorrow Conference. The exercise called for the students to create an apparatus on a raft to turn saltwater into drinkable water. Clockwise, from back right: Mark Gambeski, Justina Sargios, Olivia Babb, Pearl Oldiges, and Catherine Gambeski, all 16 and juniors. […]

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Jan 31 2017

Yesterday 12 students and Mr. Dalby attended the “Engineering Tomorrow” Conference held at Maria Regina HS. The event, organized by a group of engineering companies and run by the Archdiocese of New York, aimed to increase student interest in pursuing careers in engineering. Throughout the day, the girls worked on two activities during the day, one […]

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‘Engineering Tomorrow’ Conference at Cathedral High School

Dec 07 2016

An “Engineering Tomorrow” Conference was held at Cathedral High School in Manhattan Dec. 2. The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conference was sponsored by the Engineering Tomorrow Foundation and featured 100 Catholic high school students from Manhattan.

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STEM Conference on Staten Island

Nov 09 2016

Professional engineers worked with 110 students from five Catholic high schools on Staten Island at a STEM conference led by the Engineering Tomorrow foundation at Notre Dame Academy, Staten Island, on Oct. 28. The schools were: Notre Dame, Msgr. Farrell High School, St. John Villa Academy, St. Joseph Hill Academy and Moore Catholic High School.

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Conference Aims To Inspire Young Girls on Staten Island Into Engineering Fields

Oct 30 2016

‘Engineering Tomorrow’ is hoping to inspire more young girls on Staten Island to be engineers. The STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math conference was held at Notre Dame Academy, Friday. Dozens of students, mostly girls from five different schools on Staten Island took part. The conference focused on wind energy and water reuse. Students […]

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