The Great Plains STEM Education Center (GPSEC) provides professional development programs for K-12 teachers and administrators, and promotes high-impact, effective learning opportunities for students. GPSEC also seeks to establish connections with businesses and industries that recognize the need to prepare high school graduates to be career- and college-ready, equipped with essential problem-solving and communication skills. [See Photo Libraries on Flickr]
The Department Homepage for the Great Plains STEM Education Center will provide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education and training opportunities for K-12 students and teachers as an essential step in the process of increasing the technology and engineering capacity of the U.S. workforce. Visit our site to sign up for a workshop!
The Yellowstone Blog at Valley City State University contains student involved with the project learn in advance of the inter-related infrastructure of the Yellowstone National Park, such as how the re-introduction of the wolf has prompted richer forests and higher diversity. The visit to the park becomes a memorable perspective-changing capstone experience.
The ND STEM Blog is an effort to facilitate and assimilate conversations on all-things-STEM in the context of the great State of North Dakota. Consider this a pilot project and we would enjoy hearing from you on your perspectives.
GPSEC Moodle Site.
The North Dakota STEM Network seeks to provide a collaboration for providing all students high-quality experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics related fields.
Engage and inform the general public through a hands-on learning center in an actual farm cab that simulates driving experiences on a farm, engages the consumer and answers consumer questions.
The Pickled Fish Project is designed to incorporate biological adaptations of fish species and identification of North Dakota fishes in the classroom.
A 3D interactive game comparing fuel types while focusing on what ethanol is, where it comes from, and how it's safe for vehicle use.
Executive Director, Assistant Professor
Phone: 701-845-7734 or 1-800-532-8641 ext 37734
Director of Integrative STEM Projects, Professor
Phone: 701-845-7437 or 1-800-532-8641 ext 37437
STEM Education Coordinator
Phone: 701-845-7446 or 1-800-532-8641 ext 37446
STEM IT Professional
Phone: 701-845-7653 or 1-800-532-8641 ext 37653