Darrell Iler, chemistry department chair and professor of chemistry at Greenville College, Diana Gravot, fourth grade teacher, and sixth grader Joyce Moorleghen make some “dry” ice cream during the family STEM night event, which took place on National Pi Day, at Douglas Elementary. Students and their families had a chance to play futuristic games and participated in other science-related activities.
Darrell Iler, chemistry department chair and professor of chemistry at Greenville College, Diana Gravot, fourth grade teacher, and sixth grader Joyce Moorleghen make some “dry” ice cream during the family STEM night event, which took place on National Pi Day, at Douglas Elementary. Students and their families had a chance to play futuristic games and participated in other science-related activities. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com
Darrell Iler, chemistry department chair and professor of chemistry at Greenville College, Diana Gravot, fourth grade teacher, and sixth grader Joyce Moorleghen make some “dry” ice cream during the family STEM night event, which took place on National Pi Day, at Douglas Elementary. Students and their families had a chance to play futuristic games and participated in other science-related activities. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com

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