Montana NSF EPSCoR communicates and disseminates project outcomes through supported partnerships and programs that foster collaboration, target development of a diverse, well-trained STEM workforce, and support a scientifically informed citizenry. The dissemination of scientific results to stakeholders and citizens builds scientific literacy and strengthens educational and research capacity throughout Montana. Our Outreach & Communications programs link directly to each project's research objectives.

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CREWS Coloring Sheets

Coloring sheets for each of the three CREWS research sites - Judith River Watershed, Upper Clark Fork River, and Powder River Basin - are available to download for free. The coloring sheets feature black and white illustrations depicting the…

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Game Based Learning

About game based learning

We are building an online game that helps budding young scientists explore career pathways and opportunities. Called College Simulator, this game is a virtual online environment that helps…

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Youth STEM Entrepreneurship

About Youth STEM Entrepreneurship in Montana

Montana NSF EPSCoR partnered with the Montana Afterschool Alliance to research how to bring the

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Small Town STEM

Small Town STEM is an initiative designed to support youth and adults in rural Montana with a specific emphasis on towns with 2,500 or fewer people (78% of Montana towns).

Our objectives are to:

• introduce youth in small towns…

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Montana STEM Exchange

Montana NSF EPSCoR increases Montana’s research competitiveness by strengthening STEM capacity and capability. Through our education, outreach and diversity programs, we seek to:

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