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Thursday, February 28, 2019

STEM event set for middle school students | Education - Jamestown Sun

More than 450 middle school students from around Stutsman County are expected to attend a Tech Savvy for girls and STEMtastic for boys event on March 7 at the University of Jamestown. The events are free, inform Sun Staff.
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The North Dakota STEM Network, AAUW Jamestown Branch, Jamestown Public School District and UJ are collaborating to provide hands-on workshops and opportunities to learn from STEM professionals, said Joan Enderle, event organizer. The participants will work on engineering problem-solving principles, group activities and a chance to step into engineering, mathematician and computer scientist roles, she said...

AAUW Tech Savvy is a daylong science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) career conference designed to attract girls in grades 6-9 to these fields. AAUW Tech Savvy also includes a parent program that encourages families to reinforce girls’ interest in future education and careers in STEM.

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Source: Jamestown Sun

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