Miran Rezhan, Scott Allen, Robert Bray, Jason Carver and Mason Wahlers pose with their FLEX device at the Phoenix Contact national automation competition recently. The Lower Dauphin team of student-engineers took third place in a national contest sponsored by Phoenix Contact, out of eight teams. FLEX is a Flexible Learning Experience Device. They are coached by Nancy Kiscadden, a computer science teacher at the high school. They also won the Excellence in Engineering award in the competition, which is sponsored by Phoenix Contact to promote STEM and to celebrate National Engineers Week.