First State Honors STEM Students

Students from across Delaware took home state honors last week from the 45th annual Delaware Technology Student Association (DETSA) conference at the state fairgrounds in Harrington. More than 1,000 students and advisers from 48 schools participated with 100 professionals representing business, industry and college judging 1,888 entries. Featured contests included aerodynamics, architecture, CAD, coding, digital video production, dragster design, engineering design, fashion design technology, flight, inventions and innovations, magnetic levitation vehicles, on demand video, robotics, Read more…

Future Leaders of STEM to be Honored

The Delaware Technology Student Association (DETSA) State Conference will held on April 3-4, 2019 at the state fairgrounds in Harrington with over 1000 students, advisors from up to 48 schools with judges representing business, industry and college.  Students will participate with nearly 1842 total contest entries. Medalists will be recognized in each contest. Contests will include: Architecture, CAD, Digital Video Production, Dragster Design, Engineering Design, Flight, Maglev Vehicles, Robotics, Rocketry, Structural Engineering, System Control Technology, Video Read more…

February Members of the Month

​We are proud to introduce February’s Members of the Month! On February 23rd, there was a VEX Competition held at Caesar Rodney High School. The qualifying winners were the CRFembots; Noah Klaus, Dhruti Patel, Jaeden Olsen and Samantha Tedesco! This was the teams VEX debut and they shocked all by coming out on top! The had phenomenal stats with a 7-2 win ratio, 14 Win Points, 8 Autonomous Points, and 103 Strength of Schedule Points! Read more…

January Members of the Month

We are pleased to introduce the January Members of the Month! January features five DETSA members who are now apart of the State Mentor Program! The members include (top row from left to right) Nate Allen, Ceasar Rodney High School Treasurer; Akshay Bachavala, Ceasar Rodney High School President; and Samra Iqbal, Postlethwait Middle School Reporter; (bottom row from left to right) Aniketh Avula, M.O.T Charter Parliamentarian; and Puiyee Kong, Postlethwait Middle School President; and Samra Iqbal, Read more…