Guyanese Students Place 10th At STEM Robotic Contest In D.C.
Guyanese students place 10th at STEM Robotic contest in D.C.
Mark Anthony Benschop
Members of TeamGuyana wave Guyana’s Golden Arrowhead flag after acing their presentation to capture 10th place among 160 other countries.
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STEMGuyana received a resounding welcome from First Lady Sandra Granger, when they arrived at Cheddi Jagan International Airport, on July 19, after successfully placing 10th at First Global Challenge — a robotics event held in Washington D.C., last week.
First Lady Sandra Granger, who was instrumental in introducing the STEM initiative to Guyana, said that she …