Two students use science to bring light to disaster zones

Haitian girl uses a LuminAID device at night.
Photo courtesy of LuminAID

When Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork saw disaster victims on TV, they decided to do something about it. They were graduate students in architecture and design. They had the smarts, they had the education, and they were determined to help.

Learn more about LuminAID, the power of education, and how you can help, at Design & Trend magazine.

Also, at the STEM Career Lab you can explore a future career in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.  For example, you can see how today’s architects are using math and science skills to design efficient and sustainable buildings for the future.