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Zachariah Rodriguez, SkylerStohner, Roxana Padilla, Nestor Franco, Ricardo Sanchez, and David Castro are all ready to represent Madison HS and the Madison Solar Car Team at the Town Hall meeting with Dr. Ernest Moniz, US Secretary of Energy.
MadSCI students are all set up and ready to ask and answer questions ofDr. Ernest Moniz, the US Secretary of Energy at the Town Hall Meeting at UTSA’s downtown campus.
US Secretary of Energy, Dr. Ernest Moniz, mayor Julian Castro, and Dr. Les Shepherd, Director of UTSA’s Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute (TSERI) ask David Castro and SkylerStohnerquestions about Solaris .
Dr. Ernest Moniz, accompanied by mayor Julian Castro and Dr. Les Shepherd of TSERI asks the MadSCI students about Solaris and the Madison Solar Car Initiative.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, with San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, spoke to high school students on Thursday about their solar car. Photo Credit: Helen L. Montoya, Staff
Dr. Ernest Moniz checks out Solaris, the first solar car built by the Madison Solar Car Initiative
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz (center) talks with students from James Madison High School about their solar car exhibit before Thursday’s town hall discussion at UTSA’s downtown campus. Photo by Iris Dimmick.
Dr. Moniz points to the MadSCI group and congratulates them on their project, encourages them to keep up the good work, and says that they are a vital part of this country’s future.
David Castro asks a question about energy policy of Dr. Ernest Moniz at the Town Hall Meeting’s open forum.
Video and news coverage of the Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Ernest Moniz the US Secretary of Energy held at UTSA’s downtown campus on Thursday, February 6, 2014 involving MadSCI can be found at the following: Town Hall Meeting – UTSA downtown campus – Thursday, February 6, 2014 Live Broadcast : (David Castro asks question – around 58:30 mark) http://new.livestream.com/accounts/6311563/events/2747876?origin=Event+Broadcast&mixpanel_id=f928a854151ec-057338c67-43681f0a-2ee000-f928a854168e2&acc_id=7101193&medium=email Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is absolutely critical for this all-of-the-above approach to work. “(STEM education has) long been a pathway to upward mobility in our society,” Moniz said, paraphrasing the president that it’s the ladders of opportunity to the middle class. “We need all hands on deck.” Quote from: http://therivardreport.com/energy-secretary-all-hands-on-deck-for-new-energy-economy/ Before the town hall talk, Moniz briefly looked over students' renewable- energy projects and stopped to ask questions of Madison High School students about a solar-powered car on display. Quote from: http://texasenergy.utsa.edu/news/energy-secretary-backs-mix-of-power-sources/