The 2015-2016 MESA USA Prosthetic Arm Competition (PAC) incorporates Arduino as a component to the arm. As cool as a robotic prosthetic arm sounds, the Arduino adds a whole new dimension of complexity.
Brenda Villaseñor, is featured in the Washington Business Magazine. Her story of academic success is told in this month’s issue. During the event she attended, she met with Governor Inslee and other industry leaders. We are very proud of Brenda and happy she is part of our Seattle MESA Team! Please check out the entire […]
March 31, 2015 To Whom it May Concern: I had a great time at MESA. I got to collaborate with teammates and friends to do awesome activities. I turned in my permission slip in the very next morning, sharp at 7:56, because I wanted to go and I knew I would have to compete hard […]
Seattle MESA held MESA Day 2015 at North Seattle College. Congratulations to all the students that participated and a huge “Thank You!” to all the volunteers.
This year, Seattle MESA hosted the Minute to Win It math challenge at the University of Washington Math Day. High school students from many different local high schools participated in the challenge. The classroom overflowed with students; in fact, the Minute to Win It challenge was so popular, Math Day ran out of tickets for […]
After much effort from our staff and contributors, Seattle MESA has a new website! This time around, we want to focus on targeted information for our audiences. Thus, we have a section for: students, parents, teachers, and volunteers. Our new website will be the “go-to” spot for anything you may want to know about Seattle […]
Seattle MESA’s first open house was, by all accounts, a successful endeavor by the Seattle MESA staff to introduce themselves to the UW Community and to recruit new volunteers. On the afternoon of Tuesday, February 24, Seattle MESA hosted the students, faculty and staff of the University of Washington, MESA partners, members of the surrounding […]
Think school on a Saturday sounds boring? So do we. That’s why we created a Saturday Academy that features fun hands-on activities, connections to UW students, and the opportunity to get help with the college application process.
Worried about forgetting everything you learned in middle school math? Check out how Summer Math can help you prepare for an easier transition to high school.