Thanks St. Cloud State University for getting the word out about the USA Science and Engineering Festival at the Minnesota State Fair. Read more about it below!
The first day of the Minnesota State Fair was designated as STEM Day.
There were performances, demonstrations, displays by 20 STEM groups including St. Cloud State University at the opening day of the Fair. St. Cloud State representatives Dr. Carolyn Ruth Williams, Associate Dean for Multicultural Affairs and STEM Initiatives, Dr. Balsy Kasi, Professor Environmental /Technological Studies, Dr. Nancy Sundheim, Professor of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Wenjie Chen, graduate engineering student and Brian Mueller, student assistant staffed a tent.
St. Cloud State’s exhibit focused on promoting wind power as an alternative source of energy and to spreading the word about St. Cloud State’s participation in the U.S. Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., in October. Over 1,500 fairgoers stopped by SCSU’s exhibit and received a festival button, windmill kit and
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