Wyoming Seminary Stem School To Feature Panel Discussion On Engineering Fields

The Louis Maslow STEM School at Wyoming Seminary will present a panel discussion titled “Exploring the Engineering Fields” on Thursday, Sept. 17 at 7:00 p. m. in the Upper School’s Stettler Learning Resources Center, N. Sprague Ave., Kingston. The event is free and open to the public.

The evening’s speakers include Michael Duffy, CEO of Keystone Automation; Holly Avery Ostopick, a civil engineering project manager for Pennsy Supply Inc.; Christopher Borton of Borton Lawson Engineering; Mike Liberski, a mechanical engineer for Intermetro Industries Inc.; and Ella Gurevich, Frontier Communications. The panel members will describe their engineering fields and major projects they have worked on, their engineering training and experience, a typical day for engineers in their business and the future prospects of their engineering fields. The event will be moderated by Sem students who are members of the Maslow STEM School advisory board. Audience members will have opportunities to ask questions.

This panel discussion is part of a series presented by the Louis Maslow STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) School at Wyoming Seminary and developed by Rachel Bartron, STEM School director. This STEM event is one aspect of the STEM School’s programming which includes a foundational science course for Sem freshmen, several science electives related to robotics and public lectures on issues dealing with science, technology, engineering and math. For more information contact Bartron at rbartron@wyomingseminary.org,or call 570-270-2192.

The Louis Maslow STEM School at Wyoming Seminary seeks to engage and inspire students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through holistic and integrated paths of study. Students in the program will be prepared for collegiate study and able to respond to rapidly changing global challenges and advances in technology in today’s world.