GE brings in Miss Virginia to spark kids' STEM interest

Asa Stackel & WNYT Staff
Created: November 22, 2019 06:41 PM

NISKAYUNA - General Electric's Global Research Center in Niskayuna has an outreach program. The goal is to inspire kids to get into STEM careers.

They recently got a helping hand from Miss Virginia, Camille Schrier.


Schrier is working on a graduate degree in pharmacy, but already has two bachelor degrees. One in biochemistry and the other in systems biology.

See how she's inspiring the next generation of STEM leaders, by watching the video of Asa Stackel's story.

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