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2017 NDSTA/NDCTM STEAM Conference Info!

This year's conference is March 24th & 25th in Minot. 

The primary conference site is Minot State University, with most breakout sessions to be held at Swain Hall and the Cyril Moore Science Center.  

On Thursday evening, March 23rd, check in early and join us for a Pre-Conference Social & tours at the Dakota Territory Air Museum from 5:00-8:00pm.  

Friday morning, be sure to check in and grabbed some continental breakfast so you can join us at 8:00am for the first event of the day ...

The opening welcome and keynote session will feature Ted Dintersmith, acclaimed author and executive producer of the film "Most Likely to Succeed" and will be held at Ann Nicole Nelson Hall (Old Main).  

Sessions continue in campus throughout the day, including a special afternoon session by Jon Rask, director of the Space Life Sciences Training Program at NASA's Ames Research Center

Friday evening's Banquet at the Vegas Hotel will include Colonel Matthew Brooks, commander of the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base. 

Saturday sessions kick off at 8:00am with keynote speaker Georgette Yakman, founder & CEO of STEAM Education.  Sessions will follow through 1:00pm.

Information & helpful links below  ... check back for Updates!

Schedule at a Glance

2017 Conference Poster/Flyer

Minot State University Map

Minot Hotels with Room Blocks - be sure to mention the Science & Math Conference

Vegas Hotel     800-295-3895 
Quality Inn & Suites 701-390-1820
The  Grand

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The North Dakota Science Teachers Association is a group of interdisciplinary science educators. Our membership is open to K-12 classroom teachers, university faculty, informal educators, concerned citizens, and business personnel.

Our Mission Statement: 
"Science is part of everyone’s natural curiosity and encompasses all aspects of our lives.  It has had an impact on human history and promises to have an influence on the future.  The NDSTA seeks to:  inspire, promote and support excellence in science education and learning.  We will therefore, voice the continued need for quality science education in the state of North Dakota."

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