A group of Pre-AP Biology students from De Queen High School, traveled to Magnolia for the 2018 Stem Science and Engineering Open House held at the SAU Campus on Oct. 26. The students had the opportunity to experience virtual reality, type their own blood, and read each other’s brainwave activity when exposed to different stimuli. The students really enjoyed the day and are looking forward to going back. The SAU Science and Engineering staff were excellent hosts, and will most certainly see some of these bright students in class in the coming years! 

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