Eta Kappa Nu and IEEE Robotics Team members travelled to Osage Trails Middle School in Independence, MO to teach Electricity and Circuits to over 400 seventh graders! They taught across all seven periods of school on Friday, January 14, 2011. Six circuit kits were set up at tables which allowed the students to build circuits and see if they worked or not. At the end of the presentation, IEEE Robotics team staff advisor, Debby Dilks, gave each of the teachers a kit to use when teaching this subject. Osage M.S. teachers reported that their students left the presentation all excited and saying it was fun. This has become an annual service event for these UMKC student organizations. The teaches thought it was the best presentation to date! Students from UMKC participating as teachers were: Ian Wolstenholme (Eta Kappa Nu, President); Victor Skulavik (Robotics Team Asst Project Manager & Eta Kappa Nu member); Josh Burdick (Eta Kappa Nu member); Andrew Gatrost (Robotics Team member) and Jordie Smith (Robotics Team member).