Why the U.S. Must Promote EngineeringSophie Vanderbroek
I'll never forget the day when I, along with half a billion other people, watched Neil Armstrong take his first steps on the moon. It was 3:56 a.m. in Belgium, and I was 7. As I sat with my parents, I thought: Someday I'm going to do that. IT was more than a wide-eyed dream; I firmly believed I'd one day see my footprint in moon dust.
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