Youth in grades 7-12 from across Iowa tested their integrated pest management skills through several tasks and challenges, both in the field and in the classroom, during the 12th annual Iowa Youth Crop Scouting Competition on July 28.
This summer at county fairs and 4-H camps across Iowa, youth are using their critical thinking skills to take part in solving a real-world agriculture challenge through the 2022 4-H Ag Innovators Experience “Unlock Ag Innovations Challenge.”
The Smart and Connected Communities program assists communities in working collaboratively to offer vibrant technology-enabled STEM opportunities.
Thirty Iowa educators are ready to guide Iowa youth on a journey that could lead to the moon, the stars and beyond. They’re ready for the challenge because they completed Educator Astro Camp Training.
Two Iowa teens received awards at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, held May 8-13 in Atlanta, Georgia. The world’s largest global high school competition featured 1,750 young scientists representing 49 states and 63 countries, regions and territories across the world.
A group of elementary students from Macksburg, Iowa, won Best Evaluation of Results in NASA’s Plant the Moon Challenge announced at the Plant the Moon Awards Symposium on May 16.
The NASA Iowa Space Grant Consortium announced today that Sara Nelson will serve as interim director. Nelson is currently on the leadership team for the ISGC as assistant director for education and outreach and is the state STEM specialist for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Registration is open for the 2022 Crop Scouting Competition for Iowa Youth July 28 in Boone. Middle school and high school students completing grades 7-12 are invited to put their crop scouting skills to the test, competing against other youth teams from across the state.
Iowa 4-H Youth Development is partnering with Ballet Des Moines, Iowa PBS and the Iowa NASA Space Grant Consortium to present a free, school matinee performance at the Des Moines Civic Center on April 21 at 10:30 a.m.
Junior and senior high-school students exhibiting over 300 projects from more than 50 schools competed for prizes, awards and scholarships valued at more than $75,000 during the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa.