Griffiss Institute and Air Force Research Laboratory Present Check to Project Fibonacci
ROME, NY — Griffiss Institute (GI) and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Information Directorate, presented Project Fibonacci® with a check in support of the Project Fibonacci® STEAM Youth Conference, held annually in Rome, NY.
For the inaugural 2016 Project Fibonacci® STEAM Youth Conference, AFRL and Griffiss Institute worked together to provide conference steering committee members, staffing for workshops, event speakers, and tours of the AFRL laboratory, in addition to sponsorship funds.
Both Griffiss Institute and the Air Force Research Laboratory look forward to the 2017 Project Fibonacci® STEAM Youth Conference, being held July 30 – August 5, 2017, at The Beeches Professional Campus in Rome, NY.
For more information about the 2017 Project Fibonacci® STEAM Youth Conference, visit www.projectfibonacci.org.
Pictured, left to right: Jeffrey DeMatteis, AFRL STEM Outreach Coordinator; Nathan McDonald, Nanoscale Engineer at AFRL; Bryant Wysocki, Chief Engineer at AFRL Information Directorate; Andrew Drozd, President/Chief Scientist at ANDRO Computational Solutions, and founder of Project Fibonacci®; William Wolf, President at Griffiss Institute; and Tracy DiMeo, Operations Coordinator at Griffiss Institute.
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