Dawnwood and Selden Middle School Students Showcase Innovative Research at Stony Brook University’s Offshore Wind Energy Symposium

Seventh-grade students from Dawnwood and Selden middle schools visited Stony Brook University, where they proudly presented their research projects at the prestigious Offshore Wind Energy Symposium.

The symposium provided a platform for students to explore the world of renewable energy and learn about the potential of offshore wind power. Under the guidance of dedicated teachers and mentors, students from Dawnwood and Selden Middle Schools researched various aspects of offshore wind energy, developing innovative solutions to real-world challenges.

During the event, students showcased their findings through presentations and interactive demonstrations. From exploring the environmental impact of offshore wind farms to designing efficient turbine models, the students’ projects covered a wide range of topics, reflecting their passion for sustainability and renewable energy.

The symposium also served as a valuable learning experience for the students, who had the opportunity to engage with experts in the field, participate in hands-on activities, and experience climate simulation models through the virtual reality deck at the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology. By immersing themselves in the world of offshore wind energy, the students gained a deeper understanding of the importance of sustainable practices and the role they can play in shaping a greener future.