The National WWII Museum will host its second annual Robotics Challenge, an exciting opportunity for middle school students to participate in active problem solving all based on real-life scenarios from WWII.
This regional student robotics competition serves as a signature piece of the Museum's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) initiative aimed at encouraging young people to explore opportunities in science and math. The Museum's robotics competition will give 40 teams from middle schools across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, and Georgia the opportunity to develop skills in engineering design, computer programming, teamwork, critical thinking, and research.
All events are free and open to registered teams and competition volunteers. Please note that registration is now closed, as the 2014 Challenge is full.