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Show and Tell: Promoting STEM Through Volunteerism and Contests

This piece appeared as a “guest post” in the Institute for Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Roundup, the editors’ blog about IEEE and its members.

Show and Tell: Promoting STEM Through Volunteerism and Contests

Why you should get involved with the SMART Competition

By Michael R. Andrews and Vi Brown 3 October 2012

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http://theinstitute.ieee.org/ieee-roundup/opinions/ieee-roundup/show-and-tell-promoting-stem-through-volunteerism-and-contests
IEEE RoundUp Editor’s Note:
Michael R. Andrews is an IEEE senior member and the originator of the SMART Competition. He is managing partner of Andrews & Associates, a consulting firm in Phoenix. Vi Brown volunteers for the SMART competition as well as the Future City Arizona competition, a national STEM program for middle school students, created by IEEE. Brown is president and CEO of Prophecy Consulting Group, also in Phoenix.
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About Vi Brown

Vi is principal and CEO of Prophecy Consulting Group, LLC, an Arizona firm that provides business and engineering services to private and public clients. Prior to establishing her consulting practice in 2001, Vi worked with Motorola, Maricopa County Government, Pacific Gas & Electric, CH2M Hill, and Procter & Gamble. As an adjunct faculty member, Vi teaches undergraduate calculus classes and graduate level environmental courses. She is also a professional speaker.

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