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Project Lead the Way is helping students further their interest in STEM

Project Lead the Way is helping students further their interest in STEM

3:09 PM, Sep. 19, 2013
Brandon Puser works on a manufacturing enterprise wheel project during a computer-integrated manufacturing class at Neenah High School.
Brandon Puser works on a manufacturing enterprise wheel project during a computer-integrated manufacturing class at Neenah High School.
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Hailey Branchford is on the path to becoming a biomedical engineer.

It's a passion for the Neenah High School senior that began in sixth or seventh grade and stems from her desire to one day find answers to her little sister's health issues.

Gracie, now 14, was born with a hole in her heart, requiring lifesaving surgery that left behind scars. Hailey hopes she one day can help to improve the precision in surgery and reduce scarring. ...

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