Montana Girls STEM Collaborative welcomes new intern

Montana NSF EPSCoR welcomes Montana State University student Sierra Fisher-Dkyman, who is now serving as an intern for the Montana Girls STEM Collaborative.

Sierra is a senior at MSU studying…

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CREWS Careers: Arica Crootof

Meet Dr. Arica Crootof, Assistant Professor of Environmental Sustainability at the University of Montana Western…

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Museum exhibit on remote sensing features EPSCoR research

A new exhibit at Bozeman’s American Computer & Robotics Museum highlights the dynamic field of remote sensing and features remote sensing applications and instruments developed and used by Montana NSF…

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STEM Summit 2019 report now available

Montana NSF EPSCoR helped support STEM Summit 2019, a statewide gathering that welcomed 165 representatives from education, industry, government and non-profits to discuss…

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Water Quality Basics now available as free online course

Water Quality Basics, a free online course highlighting key issues and topics on water quality, is now available as part of Montana NSF EPSCoR's "CREWS-U" professional development program.

The noncredit course explores water quality…

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CREWS careers: Megan Moore, social scientist / human geographer

Meet Megan Moore, a PhD student at the University of Montana (Department of Society and Conservation) and a member of the EPSCoR Track 1 research team. She is a …

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EPSCoR and partners launch teacher professional development survey; closes April 17

Montana NSF EPSCoR, with the support of the MSU Science Math Resource Center and Bozeman non-profit School Services of Montana, have launched a statewide survey so Montana public school teachers can share their needs and interests for…

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Sensing for Science poster presented at national conference

It was a pleasure to present our Sensing for Science poster at the NSF EPSCoR national conference in Columbia, South Carolina!

This was a great chance to share what we are doing with others from around the country. The poster was…

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