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Extended University
Montana State University
P.O. Box 173860
Bozeman, MT 59717-3860

Tel: (406) 994-6550
Fax: (406) 994-7856
ExtendedU@montana.edu

Location: 128 EPS
Extended University
Teacher Resource Fair

Free MSU Resources for Teachers of All Grade Levels

The MSU Teacher Resource Fair was held in October 2010. See link below for a directory listing of MSU departments who participated.

See you in 2012!

2010 description: Enjoy free appetizers, register for door prizes and learn about all the free resources that MSU can offer teachers of all grade levels and disciplines--from archaeology to zoology! Pick up free lesson plans and classroom materials, see demonstrations, and learn about guest speakers for your school.

You can even win an online MSU-NTEN graduate course, valued at $900 and other door prizes.

2010 exhibitors included: Agricultural Education, American Indian Council, Big Sky Institute, the Center for Bio-inspired Nanomaterials, Center for Chemical Innovation, College of Engineering's Engineering Minority Program (EMPower), the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Department of Education, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Masterís of Science in Science Education (MSSE) program, the Montana Space Grant Consortium, Montana Watercourse, MSU America Reads * America Counts, MSU Libraries, MSU Polar Science, the Museum of the Rockies, NASA Student Ambassador, NASA MESSENGER mission to Mercury, National Teachers Enhancement Network (NTEN), Native American Studies online graduate certificate program, Northern Plains Transition to Teaching, Project Archaeology, Project WET Montana, SPOT (the Space Public Outreach Team), Thermal Biology Institute, Turning Eyes to the Big Sky project, Western Transportation Institute, and more. A directory of exhibitors and how to contact them is available by PDF download here

The event is sponsored by MSU Extended University, Montana NSF EPSCoR and the Astrobiology Biogeocatalysis Research Center.

If you are interested in the Teacher Resource Fair and future related MSU events, please contact Suzi Taylor in MSU Extended University: (406) 994-7957 or taylor@montana.edu

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