The Bismarck City Commission on Tuesday approved a 7.31-acre land transfer to allow a $30 million expansion of the Gateway to Science program west of the Community Bowl. The commission earlier asked that supporters obtain a land value assessment before it made a decision. The land is valued at $1.3 million. The city transferred the
Diversifying North Dakota’s economy has created a strong demand for a more skilled workforce, especially in those positions related to science, technology, engineering and manufacturing. Education officials have responded by adapting school curriculum to opportunities in the North Dakota’s job market. And it’s working. The number of STEM jobs in North Dakota increased 37.2 percent
BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota ranks first in the nation in science, technology, engineering and manufacturing job growth, but 40th in the concentration of those jobs. “We’re growing fast, but we have room to catch up,” said Mark Schill, of ND STEM Network, during the network’s first state conference, held Friday at the Bismarck State
The North Dakota STEM Network will showcase interactive science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum at its first Engaging STEM Strategies Summit. The event being held at Bismarck State College National Energy Center of Excellence Thursday through Saturday will showcase how STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — education can build a highly talented workforce
The ND STEM Network is upgrading its web presence to utilize the WordPress framework to better utilize the collective force of volunteers and stakeholders in telling the story of STEM in North Dakota.