Rhyan Moseley, 13, left, and Quentin Bryson, 13, worked at a 3-D printer during the three-week Minority Male Maker program at Kentucky State University this month.
Rhyan Moseley, 13, left, and Quentin Bryson, 13, worked at a 3-D printer during the three-week Minority Male Maker program at Kentucky State University this month.
Rhyan Moseley, 13, left, and Quentin Bryson, 13, worked at a 3-D printer during the three-week Minority Male Maker program at Kentucky State University this month.

Kentucky State University program helps young minority males learn about tech, math, engineering

July 22, 2015 02:54 PM

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