Magical SKA presenters


Students, mentors, family and staff of the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls watched the first annual MAGIC (More Active Girls in Computing) Mentor presentation, part of an international organization aimed at increasing student interest in STEM courses.

Meira Steiner developed a virtual library website, Kayla Evans coded and built a self-rotating base for camera using motion sensors, Priva Halpert developed alcohol detector methods using color changes, Atara Israel analyzed data for drug testing for breast cancer, and Avigail Razi developed code to detect the origin of replication in bacterial DNA strands.

Chana Glatt, head of the science department, arranged and directed the program.