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David Carter, an instructor at Kansas State University, Engineering Extension, uses wind energy to introduce middle school, high school, and college students to engineering and design concepts. This includes a statewide challenge, a STEM summer institute, Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 101, and an “Energy Library” for Kansas K–12 schools.
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