The students of chemistry-bio-chemistry and computer engineering at San Diego State University Georgia held a meeting with up to 70 school pupils of ethnic minorities. The students presented chemical experiments and creative games which are used at the American university during the study process. Teimuraz Murgulia, deputy minister of Education and Science and Ian C. Kelly, US Ambassador to Georgia attended the meeting and made a speech for the participants. Ken Walsh, dean of SDSU Georgia, Gener Edelman, director of Millennium Challenge Corporation Georgia and Magda Magradze, chief executive director of Millennium Challenge Account Georgia also participated in the workshop.
Development of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) sectors in the country will greatly contribute to economic and industrial development. The students attending the STEM workshops will acquire professional experience and motivation for professional development.