Tuesday, October 6, 2015

NSF Grant Will Help Colorado State University Train Engineers To Be STEM Teachers.

The Denver Business Journal (10/5, Subscription Publication) reports the National Science Foundation awarded a $593,000 grant to the Colorado State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering to help engineers become teachers in STEM fields. CSU professor Michael De Miranda said, “Engineering students are well-trained in how to get young people to connect the STEM dots and understand the connections between the natural world and the designed world.”

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