Students in Mrs. Payne’s SCI 100 New Student Seminar were the recipients of this year’s top prize in the Lego Challenge. Students created their depiction of Career Architecture using Legos. Mrs. Payne’s chemistry and biochemistry freshmen designed their Legos to show three “beakers” representing the three aspects of career architecture: personal direction, discipline expertise, and professional know-how. These poured into a river which intermingled all three. Rocks in the river represented obstacles along the way and a light house stood for Career Services guiding the way towards the end. Trees along the river banks represented peers and motivators that gave support along the way with bridges serving as checkpoints. They came together at the end where they would begin their career in one of may fields in biochemistry and chemistry.

Congratulations to all!