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Research students collaborate to impact the world

By John Boucha In standard31st March, 2015 Research students collaborate to impact the world

Math, biology, chemistry … they all involve research, but what happens when a group of students who excel in each one of these fields of study work together to solve one research problem? A whirlwind of activity and a roomful of knowledge and results. “Too many cooks spoil the broth does not apply to this,”

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STEM Outreach Coordinator needed @ NDSU

By John Boucha In standard1st July, 2014 STEM Outreach Coordinator needed @ NDSU

A new STEM position has opened at the NDSU campus: The College of Engineering (CoE) seeks a dynamic individual to help fulfill its mission in PK-12 outreach and engagement. The purpose of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Outreach Coordinator position is to: 1) Expose PK-12 students to educational opportunities and careers in STEM

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West Fargo STEM students present solutions at oil conference

By John Boucha In standard28th May, 2014 West Fargo STEM students present solutions at oil conference

By: Mike Nowatzki Sixteen junior high students from West Fargo won the rare opportunity to rub elbows with oil company executives here Wednesday – and offer a few tips on how to solve problems in their industry. The eighth-graders from Cheney Middle School won a STEM competition – short for science, technology, engineering and mathematics

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Making education work: Xcel donates $25,000 to local program

By John Boucha In standard21st May, 2014 Making education work: Xcel donates $25,000 to local program

Xcel Energy President and CEO Ben Fowke, third from the left, announced a $25,000 investment in the company’s future by way of a donation to the “Education that Works” program at a media event Tuesday at Appareo Systems. Accepting the check were, from left, Sherri Thomsen, president of United Way of Cass-Clay; Jim Gartin, president