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AAMU STEM Day 2024

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala.—More than 267 students from across Alabama had an opportunity to participate in STEM learning activities at the James I. Dawson Building on March 28 on the Alabama A&M University campus. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System encourages youth to engage in events like STEM Day. The visit was coordinated by Alabama 4-H Youth Development Specialist Angela Williams.

“By providing a platform where students can explore real-world problems and innovative solutions, Alabama 4-H at Alabama A&M University aims to spark a lifelong interest in STEM fields and empower the next generations of scientists, engineers and technology experts,” Williams said.

STEM Day Facilitators

4-H youth engaged in a wide range of activities from coding and robotics to hissing insects with the following facilitators and 4-H leadership:

  • Alabama Extension at AAMU
    Layale Davis, Urban Regional Extension Agent
    Erin Fields, Urban Regional Extension Agent
    Clement Atkotsen Mensah, Integrated Pest Management Specialist
    Terence Norwood, Community & Economic Development Specialist
    Tyler Thompson, Urban Regional Extension Agent
  • Avadian Credit Union
    Cory Lee, Branch Experience Director
  • Law Offices of Joe Lampley
    Joe Lampley, Attorney
  • Missile Defense Agency
    Craig Nolte, STEM Outreach Specialist
  • Tennessee Valley Authority
    Kelvin Young, Watershed Representative
    Jon Michael Mollish, Fisheries Biologist

Participating Schools

Alabama schools that participated in STEM Day 2024 included:

For more information about Alabama 4-H at AAMU activities such as STEM Day, contact Williams at (256) 372-5713.