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Create or Join a Citizen Science Project With CitSci.org

Do you have a burning scientific question that you want to help answer? Does your community have an issue that they want to explore? Are you a teacher and/or parent hoping to engage students in the world of scientific discovery?  CitSci.org, a free online platform that provides tools and resources for anyone interested in creating...

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Centering Equity in STEM: 2020 Virtual Noyce Summit

Centering Equity to Humanize the Process of Coming Back Together I have the fortune of being a part of the CSU Robert Noyce Scholarship program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The Noyce program encourages talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors to become teachers in high-needs school districts. Every year the...

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Spur Links to Free Online Education Resources

In response to the increased need to stay and learn at home, the CSU System has compiled some of their favorite fun and free educational resources from CSU and partners. With over 75 resources, organized around the topics of food, water, and health as well as other CSU partners and organizations, there are opportunities for...

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New CSU study looks at how teachers are adapting to COVID-19 disruptions

Laura Sample McMeeking, Director of the STEM Center, is part of a team of researchers, led by Meena Balgopal (Associate Professor, Biology) to study how novice STEM teachers are responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. Additional support was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) on a current NSF grant aimed at preparing science and math...

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CoCoRaHS: A Hands-On Educational Resource For Home and School

The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow (CoCoRaHS) is a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation (rain, hail and snow). Developed in 1998 by the then Colorado State Climatologist Nolan Doesken and the Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University, the network now...

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Julie Sexton Awarded NSF Grant

Congratulations to Julie Sexton for receiving a $202,545 grant from the National Science Foundation for Math Skills and Affective Domain Interventions to Improve Success for Female Students in Geoscience Classes. The grant impacts female undergraduate students in geosciences classes at University of Northern Colorado. The grant lasts from October 1, 2019 until September 30, 2021....

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Tim Covino Awarded NSF-CAREER Grant

Congratulations to Tim Covino for receiving a $423,487.00 grant from the National Science Foundation – Division of Earth Sciences for CAREER: From the forest to the stream: Exploring forest land cover controls on dissolved organic matter character and aquatic ecosystem respiration in headwater streams.  The grant impacts the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory within the Warner College...

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STEM Center is proud to continue their work with the Alliance Partnership

The STEM Center at Colorado State University is again serving as the independent evaluator for the education and outreach activities of the Alliance Partnership Summer Institutes‘ STEM programs. Our evaluation serves two purposes: (1) provide feedback for interactive development and refinement of the educational activities, and (2) provide results to gauge the success of the...

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Caring Community Construction

Within the Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University lies not cold concrete, calculations, and kinematics, but rather a group of dedicated students passionate about helping better the lives of those less fortunate. Started in 2011, the Construction Management Cares program aims to aid the local community while simultaneously teaching CM students vital skills...

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Volunteers Needed: Brain Awareness Week 2020

The Brain Awareness Week (BAW) program at CSU consists of multiple events each spring semester and typically impacts over 1,000 middle and high school students. Volunteers are needed to provide neuroscience education through interactive, hands-on stations. Topics include sensory systems, neurological diseases, brain trauma and human and animal neuroanatomy. Training is provided! 

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