DETROIT – As the coronavirus outbreak has shut down schools and campuses across the country, one academy is actually expanding its services and doing it virtually.
SMASH Academy -- one of the earliest STEM education programs created in the United States as a way to prepare students of color for STEM college studies -- is adapting and making sure its students aren’t missing a step.
You can watch Andrew Humphrey’s full story in the video above.
The nation-wide program has two Metro Detroit locations, partnering with the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and with Wayne State University in Detroit.
You can find more information on SMASH Academy on its official website here.