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Fri April 13, 2012
Emily Pilloton’s course, Studio H, is unlike any other offered at Bertie County Early College High School. The students who are enrolled get a break from staring at computer screens to work with their hands, constructing projects that benefit the local community.
They’ve made chicken coops to share with families and even built a pavilion that now houses the farmers market in Windsor, NC. Pilloton joins host Frank Stasio to talk about guiding a new generation of design engineers and what her handy students are working on next.