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GALLERY: Women in STEMM day of meetings

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    Bowsher High School sophomores Lynell Gaston, left, and Keturah Pullum work on their airplane during a segment on engineering, problem-solving, and working collaboratively at the Women in STEMM Day of Meetings at the University of Toledo.

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    Makayla Rodriguez, left receives help with her motor from Jennifer Wuertz while Madison Rivera, reacts as her motor heats up during the Women in STEMM Day of Meetings at the University of Toledo. The two students are sophomores at Bowsher High School.

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    Allyson Ernst, left, and Alexandria Lopez, both sophomores at Toledo Technology Academy, fly a paper airplane as part of an engineering program.

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    Blackberries are a critical ingredient in a solar cell that will generate as many as 260 millivolts.

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    Kathy Shan, lecturer in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at The University of Toledo, introduces the movement of photons to students from Horizon Science Academy during the Women in STEMM Day of Meetings. More than 160 high school sophomores heard from female scientists about careers in science and technology, and participated in a variety of workshops.

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    Sabrina Tolbert, a sophomore at Horizon Science Academy, left, has her solar cell's power measured by Wayne Oswald, of Sylvania, a graduate student in Astronomy at the University of Toledo.

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    Carmen Cioc, of the University of Toledo's College of Engineering, talks to Toledo Early College High School, students Grace Garand, center, and Sophia Parish.

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    Professor Carmen Cioc of the University of Toledo works with Grace Garand, a student at Toledo Early College High School.

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More than 160 high school sophomores visited the University of Toledo Thursday, May 10, 2018 to hear from female scientists about careers in science and technology and to participate in a variety of workshops during the ninth annual Women in STEMM Day of Meetings. Use the left and right arrows to scroll through the photo gallery above.

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