CREWS news

This blog contains information about the CREWS project and team, including news, updates, highlights, outcomes and products, or any other useful content about the CREWS project.

 

On Sept. 23, 2022, the CREWS EOD team from the MSU Science Math Resource Center along with MSU PhD student Madison Foster participated in STEM outreach at Chief Joseph Middle School's Outdoor Day. The team hosted two citizen science projects -- one on biodiversity and one on micro-plastics.

With support from Montana NSF EPSCoR, Dr. Tricia Seifert (MSU) and a team of student game developers at UM and MSU are developing a video game meant to help prospective college students get a sense of what college life is like. Tasha Striker, an MSU PhD student focusing on Adult & Higher Education, created the video game’s STEM storylines and scenarios based on EPSCoR research, articles, and other STEM resources.
Meet Morgan Schultz, an undergraduate student who participated in the 2022 CREWS Workforce Development internship program!
Meet Raina Woolworth, an undergraduate student who participated in the 2022 CREWS Workforce Development internship program! 
Meet Sam Turner, an undergraduate student who participated in the 2022 CREWS Workforce Development internship program!
This summer, Montana NSF EPSCoR helped support adaptive water-based activities at the Inclusive Community Camp (ICC), hosted at MSU by the Department of Education
Meet Lark Olson, an intern with the 2022 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!
Meet Claire Wells, an intern with the 2022 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!
Meet Hope Sampson, an intern with the 2022 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!

Meet Matthew Nichols, an undergraduate student who participated in the 2022 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!