Honeywell and NASA’s Hip Hop-themed physics education program, FMA Live! Forces In Motion will perform in front of 40 public, private and military schools across the Midwest this fall. Founded in 2004, the FMA Live! is named after Sir Isaac Newton’s Second Law of Motion, Force equals Mass times Acceleration. The show utilizes Hip Hop and modern dance to demonstrate physics’ role in everyday life. According to Yahoo News, over 1,100 schools in 48 states have hosted FMA Live! over the past 11 years.
Mike Bennett, President of Honeywell Hometown Solutions says that “Today’s students are tomorrow’s engineers and scientists. We know that science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning teaches students critical-thinking and problem-solving skills that are applicable to nearly every career field. Our goal is to expose students to programs such as FMA Live! Forces in Motion to pique their interest in pursuing STEM education and career paths.”
For more on FMA Live!, visit FMALive.Honeywell.com and watch the informational trailer below.