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Navajo robotics team heads to international competition
by Lindsay Whitehurst
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7 August 2018
On 7 August 2018 The Associated Press reported:
A team of Navajo high school students from a remote town in southern Utah is building a robot to represent North America in an international robotics competition. The team was specially invited to compete in the First Global Challenge that starts August 14 in Mexico City. Teams from more than 190 countries will create robots for energy generation, especially renewable power. Teams hail from countries ranging from Congo to Ukraine, and also include separate teams representing specifically the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
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Team Naatsis'aan, a Navajo name that translates to Navajo Mountain, has been competing for two years in Utah and ranks among the best in the state at that level, said Chelsey Short, the regional director for FIRST Robotics. They got started after an Australian team reached out online and supportive coaches kept it going, but sustaining the program at a high school with a total of 30 students has been challenging. ...
For the students, the experience has sparked an interest in computer and programming careers.
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