NNSA Release: Pantexans support Egg Drop competition
Fifteen Pantexans volunteered as judges at the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering’s 6th Annual Egg Drop Competition this past November. Held at Amarillo’s Don Harrington Discovery Center, the competition required students in grades 5–12 to design and construct an Egg Drop Mechanism to release from a height of 20 feet, testing their engineering, math, and physics skills with a fun, real-world application.
Consolidated Nuclear Security is committed to STEM education and the Egg Drop Competition is a fun and engaging way to reach students around the area.
Read the full press release on the NNSA website.