Montana Girls STEM Collaboration Forum

Public event
Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 1:00pm - 5:00pm
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Strand Union Building, Montana State University
751 W. Grant Street
Bozeman, MT 59715
United States

All organizations and individuals interested in the advancement of girls in STEM fields are invited to attend the Montana Girls STEM Collaborative's Spring 2016 Collaboration Forum. Learn about exemplary practices for engaging girls in STEM, meet potential collaborators, learn some new ideas for hands-on STEM, and contribute your own thoughts and resources for how we as a community can support girls and girl-serving programs.

Anyone who is interested in STEM is welcome to join us: educators, administrators, industry representatives, non-profit groups, government agencies, students, etc. [NOTE: While young people are welcome to join us, Montana Girls STEM forums are designed for the adults who serve girls through programming, not the girls themselves.] University students can attend for a special rate of $5.

This will be an exciting and inspiring event!

If you are interested, we want you there! If the registration fee is a barrier, please contact Suzi Taylor for scholarship information:

Many thanks to the Women's Foundation of Montana for sponsoring this event and for being champions of STEM!

This event is co-hosted by the West Region Transportation Workforce Center. Special thanks to our MSU and UM homes - MSU Extended University and spectrUM Discovery Area. Additional support provided by the Regional Library of Medicine via the MSU Library.

The Montana Girls STEM Collaborative is an outreach program of Montana NSF EPSCoR.

Women's Foundation of Montana
Montana NSF EPSCoR
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