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K12 Engineering Scholars Program Seeks Applicants

The UW College of Engineering and ISB’s Logan Center for Education are excited to announce a second year of the K12 Engineering Scholars Program.

The program seeks 4th-8th grade teachers of STEM to apply for a summer program. Participating teachers will spend the summer participating in engineering research and collaborating to build curricular resources for their schools and students. Additionally, participating teacher will receive generous stipends to fund the creation of makerspaces on their own campuses and to cover their time participating. Applications are due on March 10.

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