Located here are links to valuable information on STEM reports, data, analytics, information, resources, and connections to practitioners. This list will continue to grow as these resources are collected.
ND STEM Documents
ND State of STEM 2014 02/16/2015
National STEM Report (2014) 12/29/2014
State of STEM 9/10/2014
UAS and the ND Workforce 9/10/2014
Job Vacancies and STEM Skills – Brookings 2014
Women in Construction Across the Great Plains
State by State health of the K-12 STEM learning enterprise
Created in collaboration with the American Institutes for Research, Vital Signs offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date available picture of STEM in your state: the demand for and supply of STEM skills, what states expect of students, students’ access to learning opportunities, and the resources schools and teachers have to do their work. They update the Vital Signs as new data become available.
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Colleges and universities in the district are producing more science and technology graduates. But job opportunity for those workers varies by occupation and geography, and demand for STEM skills is likely to grow.
North Dakota Oil and Gas Extraction Employment Summary
This report covers oil extraction employment in the following industries: Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction, Natural Gas Liquid Extraction, Drilling Oil and Gas Wells, and Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations.
PDF: Employment Summary
North Dakota Compass
By tracking and analyzing trends in areas that affect our quality of life, Compass gives everyone in our state – policymakers, business and community leaders, and concerned individuals who live and work here – a common foundation to act on issues to improve our communities.
North Dakota STEM Report Card 2014
State STEM 2014 (R&D STEM & Data) Report cards to help illustrate the importance of scientific research to state and local economies, job growth, innovation, our standard of living, and national security.