University hosting the South's BEST Regional Robotics Championship Dec. 3-4
What happens when dozens of middle and high schoolers come together to compete in the South’s most prestigious robotics competition?
Students collaborate to complete an engineering project. They adapt to working under the mounting pressure of deadlines. Even more, they learn how to express ideas in writing and further develop their mechanical and electrical engineering skills.
The South’s best Regional Robotics Championship, co-hosted for the 20th year by the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and the College of Sciences and Mathematics Dec. 3-4 at Beard Eaves Memorial Coliseum, brings these skills together into a dramatic weekend full of ideation and creation. The result: robots.
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Submitted by: Joe McAdory