Aerospace Engineer Discusses STEM Opportunities with Atlantic Cape Students

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Marie Kee, an aerospace engineer with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Modeling and Simulation Branch, explains various career options in the STEM field to Atlantic Cape students, Wednesday, May 4.

Marie Kee, an aerospace engineer with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Modeling and Simulation Branch, discussed the many Science, Technology, Engineering and Math opportunities available to students looking to pursue a career in that field, May 4, in the Walter Edge Theater at Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike in Mays Landing. For the past six years, Kee has been conducting modeling, simulation and data analytics at the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

Atlantic Cape’s STEM building opened in January 2015 and features five science labs, two computer labs, office space and a partially vegetated roof with walkways that are used for telescope viewing by the college’s astronomy classes. The building is home to the air traffic control and aviation studies degree programs and the Technology Studies Institute. To learn more about STEM programs at Atlantic Cape, visit www.atlantic.edu.

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