Dawn Marshall and Jacob Heiden led high school students on a tour of the National Advanced Driving Simulator. 55 students visited the facility and went behind the scenes at one of the nation's premier transportation safety research centers. The students were from Cedar Rapids Prairie, Solon, and West Branch high schools. They are involved in Project Lead The Way, a nonprofit organization that provides transformative learning experiences for K-12 students and teachers. This tour showed the students how STEM concepts are used in the real-world to solve problems.