Winners announced in Augusta University’s virtual STEAMIFY competition

Earlier this month, Dr. Ashley Gess, assistant professor of STEAM education in the College of Education at Augusta University, proudly announced the winners of this year’s virtual STEAMIFY competition.

“We’ve had another wonderful year of STEAMIFY and COVID didn’t stop us,” Gess said during the virtual announcement of the winners on March 6. “We brought STEAMIFY to you virtually so you could participate and you exceeded all of our expectations. Wonderful job to everyone.”

STEAMIFY is a design-based and problem-solving competition that gives students in grades 4-8 the opportunity to apply the content they are learning in school in the contexts of either engineering or art. Read the full story.

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