In this interview, Mike Andrews discusses the importance of STEM education for high school students and describes the volunteer led SMART Competition, which aims to increase understanding of smart grid concepts at the high school level. Mike Andrews also discusses the value of the competition to students and industry and invites IEEE members and societies to lend their support to the program.
Interview with Mike Andrews - STEM Education & SMART Competition
Posted: 22 Jun 2015
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Interviews
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