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The SeaGlide team won 1st place for the second year in a row at Temple University March 10th in an underwater robotics competition! Team members: Micah McClure, Safiyyah Franklin, and Carlos Rodriguez. They are pictured with Dr. Simpson, the head of outreach for Naval Research, Dr Varnum, Temple University professor, and Captain Spencer, the commanding…
Members of the Carver chapter of NSBE Jr. (National Society of Black Engineers) attended the annual Danger Zone Summit, a regional conference with attendees from a dozen local colleges and universities. Students enjoyed a keynote address, networking opportunities, and a tour of Temple University’s engineering labs.
At the Tech Student Association Regional Competition on February 9th, Carver took first place in the Engineering Design contest. The students also took time to demonstrate Robotics to school district staff and students. Seniors: Sean Plunkett, Malik Dawan, Kris Booker, Ciheim Brown, Carlos Rodriguez
Penn State’s Self Driving Car Team Visits Carver Robotics Students
Full Article and Video Gear Girls is an all-female robotics team at George Washington Carver High School for Engineering and Science. More Robotics News
[VIDEO] Congratulations to ‘Team HorsePower’ for qualifying for the state VEX Robotics Competition in March vs. 26 regional teams. This is the first time Engineering and Science has qualified for VEX! Congrats to the ‘pit crew’ of the all-Senior team: Malik Dawan, Sean Plunkett, Kris Booker, Ciheim Brown, and Carlos Rodriguez.
Our two FTC Robotics teams, #9570 Gear Girls and #5321 TechHeroes, competed at the Philadelphia Qualifying Tournament. This tournament was the culmination of our season, and the results of which determined the teams that would progress onto the state-level tournament. There were 29 teams from all over the city at the Philadelphia Qualifier, most of…