Eighth-grader Jerrod Rhodes works on a section of a robot this month. UT Arlington assistant professor Gian-Luca Mariottini and his graduate students are using assistive robots to get middle school and high school students more interested in science, technology, math and engineering in a class at the East Arlington Branch Library.
Eighth-grader Jerrod Rhodes works on a section of a robot this month. UT Arlington assistant professor Gian-Luca Mariottini and his graduate students are using assistive robots to get middle school and high school students more interested in science, technology, math and engineering in a class at the East Arlington Branch Library. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
Eighth-grader Jerrod Rhodes works on a section of a robot this month. UT Arlington assistant professor Gian-Luca Mariottini and his graduate students are using assistive robots to get middle school and high school students more interested in science, technology, math and engineering in a class at the East Arlington Branch Library. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram