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The State of STEM

In this one hour workshop session, Sci-Port will summarize what the numbers are telling us about the state of STEM, especially in Louisiana. We will be sharing all the avenues that you can access current information and research as well as all the resources that Sci-Port can help you access to battle our STEM drain in Louisiana. Mini Grant opportunities will also be shared.

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Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center W South Central
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November 11, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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