UMD Engineering Students In Southern Maryland Pathways Program Win Social, Environmental Design Impact Award for Relevant Solar-Powered Floating Aerator

CSM alumni and members of the award-winning design team, from left, Andrew Graham of Owings, Mika Tymofiy of Mechanicsville, Mike Johnson of La Plata, Erik Bazyk of Mechanicsville, Sean Thomas of Charlotte Hall and Zachary Ball of Bryans Road are congratulated by Senior Project Manager at the Office of Sustainability...

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Quadcopter Initiative Training Session Planned for January 21, 2018

The second session of The Patuxent Partnership’s UAS/Quadcopter Initiative in St. Mary’s County will be held from 1:30 to 4 pm Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018, at the Lexington Park Library on Shangri-La Drive. Professor Troy Townsend and St. Mary’s College of Maryland physics students and interns who are developing solar-powered quadcopters and...

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Fifth-graders bring robotics to St. Mary’s County schools

Fifth-graders bring robotics to St. Mary’s County schools Mobile Learning Boxes make hands-on STEM learning available to elementary school classrooms What began as a research project by a group of Ridge Elementary fifth-grade students is now a county-wide science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) initiative making robotics available to all...

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CSM Hosts 2017 LEGO Robotics Championship

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Robotics program hosted the 2017 LEGO Robotics Championship, junior division, April 8 at the college’s La Plata Campus. This year’s challenge theme was “Trash Trek.” Teams were asked to use LEGO Mindstorm/EV3 robotics systems to build robots that could complete a laundry list of...

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CSM Cyberhawks Take First Place at Statewide Competition

The College of Southern Maryland Cyberhawks won first place honors at the Maryland Community College Cyber Competition held April 7 at the Montgomery Community College Germantown Campus. The Cyberhawks competed against more than 20 teams from 10 different community colleges from across the state at the inaugural event. “This was...

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