QV Students Talk Space Robotics with Pittsburgh-based Company

Quaker Valley High School students met virtually with team members from Astrobotic Technology, a company that develops space robotics technology, founded by a Carnegie Mellon professor.

On Tuesday, November 17, students in Matt Dado’s Technology Education Class spoke with Software Engineer Jeffrey Campbell, and Alivia Chapla, the Senior Marketing and Communications Specialist, to learn more about the company and its goals.

Mr. Dado also welcomed students from New Brighton School District to join in the Zoom discussion.

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