High school students sought to design science, technology space

By: NewsCenter 16 Email
By: NewsCenter 16 Email

South Bend High schoolers will be the designers of a new technology space in South Bend's Renaissance District.

The Michiana Science And Technology Center is moving into the Ivy Tower, also known as Building 84 of the former Studebaker Corporation.

In the 30,000 square foot space, they'll house exhibits and events promoting science, technology, engineering and math careers.

In a new contest, high school students from any school in Michiana are invited to come up with their best architecture plans for the design.

A second contest is going on too, for any middle and home schoolers who'd like to design the exhibits inside.

All of the registration information is located on the center's website, just click on the Big Red Bar for a link.


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