To receive credit for attending:

 1. Register and pay for the credit online.

To register through NDSU  http://bit.ly/2nl11pf

To register through UND    http://bit.ly/2nfxKe6

To register through MiSU   http://bit.ly/2nfEvfN

 2. Attend 15 hours of conference activities including the banquet Friday evening. (Exhibits may count towards your 15 hours.)

3. Complete and return the “Graduate Credit Summary Form” and return it to the designated container in the registration area at the conclusion of the conference or mail the form to the address at the bottom of the form.

2017 NDSTA/NDCTM STEAM Conference !

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

Mark your calendars now for the 2018 NDSTA-NDCTM Spring Conference, March 15-17, at Valley City State University!


Thank you to all of the individuals who contributed their time, energy, and professionalism to making the 2017 Conference another FABULOUS event.  

Conference ChairsRhonda Grindy, Stephanie Drovdal, JoAnn Schapp
Program ChairAmanda Borseth
Equipment/Technology CommitteeBrian Walz
Registration CommitteeE. Joan Braun
Hospitality CommitteeCheryl Hagar, Kim Phillips, Sheila Leshovsky
Signs/Printing CommitteeColleen Hodenfield ,Doreen Harvey
Publicity CommitteeMelissa Stanley
Exhibit CommitteeCarla Crockett, Jonna Dawson, Suzie Fandrich
Meals/Social CommitteeJoAnn Schapp
Local Arrangements CommitteeCheryl Hagar, Amanda Borseth, Brian Walz

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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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