Denver Broncos open up stadium to talk STEM with students

STEM students from Montrose visit the Denver Broncos Thundervision Control Center at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.
DENVER, CO – MAY 26: Micah Simpson, 11, checks out the video switcher board in the Thundervision Control Center at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on May 26, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. He and about 40 other students, who came from Montrose, are part of a STEM program from their schools. STEM, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, is an interdisciplinary approach to learning that blends rigorous academic concepts with real-world lessons. The students were able to learn all about the Denver Broncos control room at the stadium that manages all of the audio visual components, creates all of the images, graphics, replays, and scoreboards on screens that fans see on the field during games. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post)
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