Congressman Richard Hanna met with students at Clinton Middle School and Shortell Middle School in Oneida today to talk about the benefits of studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Hanna also announced a new National STEM Competition.

Modeled after the Congressional Art Competition, it will allow members of Congress to host an annual STEM competition for students in their congressional district, with winning entries recognized by the House.

More details on the competition will be announced shortly.