What will a city look like 100 years from now? On January 26th, Westview (STEMS) students tackled this question once again along with many others during the 2019 Future City Regional Competition at USC Aiken.
Students were challenged with developing futuristic cities that would solve a citywide sustainability issue. Students began by creating their cities on computers using gaming software and then were tasked with creating large table top models.
In their 8th year competing in Future City, STEMS returned as one of the top award winning schools. Student awards included: Best Civil Engineering Aspects, Best Virtual City, Best Planning Process and Best Nuclear Technology.
STEMS students were recognized for their success at the Future City competition at the February Board of Trustees meeting. Congratulations to STEMS teacher Rob McMahon and his students on their hard work in this year’s competition!