Norfolk State University will host more than 500 high school students who are
expected to participate in a statewide robotics competition next month at Joseph
G. Echols Hall.
The quarterfinals for the First Tech Challenge, a competition where teens
build, program and design robots to complete assigned tasks, will be held Jan.
25 at the University. The international program has more than 300,000
participants and is a way to introduce young people to the science, technology
and engineering fields. (Click here for the entire article)