Congratulations to our Electrical Trades students who won first place at the National Science Foundation competition! The Community College Innovation Challenge is aimed to utilize community college student’s knowledge in science, technology, engineering and math to find solutions to real-world problems. Our students created a project that helps solve hunger by cultivating plants and fish through electrical automation.
Read more about their exciting win at Medium.com – Behind the scenes with the first-place winners from NSF’s Community College Innovation Challenge.
The Western Dakota Tech Aquaponics 2018 National Science Foundation (NSF)Community College Innovation Challenge first-place student team, L-R: Jon Eggers, Tanner Blank, Joe Cattin, Nick Smith, and Matt Kerner. [Photo credit: Bill Petros/NSF.]