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| February 14, 2018

Innovative students at STAR School design low-cost evaporative cooler, win $25,000 from Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow project

By Katherine Locke • Navajo-Hopi Observer

LEUPP, Ariz. — STAR School students recently won $25,000 from Samsung for their solution to cooling needs on the reservation by designing an evaporative cooler bucket that is low-cost and can be used on and off the grid.

Eighth grade science and service project teacher Kylie Morris entered the project in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow project, which is a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) project in which students come up with a STEM solution for a problem in their community.

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