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Montana State receives grant to host geospatial skills camp for high schoolers in five rural Montana communities

High school students in five rural Montana communities will have the opportunity to attend a weeklong camp this summer focused on developing geospatial skills. The camp is being made possible thanks to an $85,000 grant awarded to Montana State University from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and will require collaboration with a partner organization in each of the five communities.

The offering is part of MSU’s ongoing effort to provide opportunities for middle school and high school students in STEM – or science, technology, engineering and mathematics – fields, according to Suzi Taylor, director of the Science Math Resource Center at MSU, which is hosting the camp along with the MSU Department of Earth Sciences.


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