The STEM Center’s mission continues to directly align with Rural Reimagined, as they successfully provide our rural communities with access to STEM education through their lending library, field trips, the Science & Engineering Fair, the STEMobile, educator workshops, and outreach events; and, they continue to provide interactive activities during challenging times of remote learning. Director Darek Potter states, “As a STEM infused university, it is essential that we continue to provide access to high quality learning experiences for students in our regional communities. We are excited about the current resources and programs that are being developed by our team each week to support students, teachers, and parents as they navigate the current challenges associated with distance learning. It is critical that we continue to be innovative and purposeful while meeting the needs of our surrounding rural communities.” Wings up, STEM Center! Visit Grand Challenge News for the full story.

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