UK student Sarah Smith, standing, reacted as Andreya Smith, second from left, and Harley Fultz described their group's model city during the 10th annual Girls in Engineering, Math and Science event at the University of Kentucky. The Girl Scouts built their models using materials like cotton balls and flat marbles.
UK student Sarah Smith, standing, reacted as Andreya Smith, second from left, and Harley Fultz described their group's model city during the 10th annual Girls in Engineering, Math and Science event at the University of Kentucky. The Girl Scouts built their models using materials like cotton balls and flat marbles. Herald-Leader
UK student Sarah Smith, standing, reacted as Andreya Smith, second from left, and Harley Fultz described their group's model city during the 10th annual Girls in Engineering, Math and Science event at the University of Kentucky. The Girl Scouts built their models using materials like cotton balls and flat marbles. Herald-Leader

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