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Space Foundation Partners with CSU-Pueblo for Space Exploration Seminar
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 24, 2011) — The Space Foundation supports teachers and PreK-20 students with a comprehensive experiential, cross-curricular, standards-based curriculum that integrates science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) into all content areas. In that spirit, the Space Foundation is co-hosting “The Space Exploration Seminar” in cooperation with Colorado State University (CSU) – Pueblo and its Office of Student Activities, with support from the College of Engineering and the College of Math and Science. The seminar will be held Jan. 26 on the campus of CSU – Pueblo.
Following the coursework segment of the seminar, an evening presentation will kick off with a dinner for students residing on the science, technology, engineering and math floor of the Greenhorn Residence Hall. Then, students will have an opportunity to meet former NASA astronaut Ronald M. Sega, Ph.D., and ask questions about his experiences in space.
To inquire about supporting Space Foundation education programs, please contact Margo Hatton, manager development and education partnerships, at 719.576.8000 or [email protected].
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