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January 13, 2015
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – Eastern Oregon University’s GO-STEM Hub is hosting several events for educators and the community in January and February.
Beaverton-based Vernier Software & Technology Company will be on campus offering training for teachers Jan. 23 in Badgley Hall and Jan. 24 in Zabel Hall.
Later this month, middle-schoolers and their families are invited to the History of Science STEM Night at La Grande Middle School from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 29. Students in EOU’s master of arts in teaching program are coordinating the activity stations.
An opportunity to meet Jo Oshiro, state educational specialist and STEM Hub facilitator, is also coming up during her visit to EOU’s GO-STEM Hub Jan. 29-30.
On Feb. 2, middle school students will participate in an “Edison to Lasers” event at Blue Mountain Community College lead by Michael Jaeger, EOU professor emeritus.
For more information about these and other activities organized by the GO-STEM Hub, contact Katie Butterfield at email@example.com.
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