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.

 

Meet Bailey Underwood, an intern with the 2021 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!
Meet Zoe Durkin, an intern with the 2021 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!

Researchers and outreach staff from Montana NSF EPSCoR shared new developments and opportunities with teachers from around the state of Montana at the annual Science Summer Institute professional development conference for educators on Aug. 11-13, 2021.

Researchers and students from the CREWS Powder River Basin team had the opportunity to tour the Rosebud Mine outside of Colstrip, MT

Meet Jessica Andriolo, a research associate in the mechanical engineering department at Montana Technological University and a member of the EPSCoR Track 1 research team. In this interview, Jessica shared information about her work, studies and career pathway with the Montana Girls STEM Collaborative, an outreach program of Montana NSF EPSCoR.

The Upper Clark Fork Working Group (UCFWG) has released its first official newsletter

Kits created to inspire place-based science exploration are available for free to regional youth-serving organizations this summer thanks to a research and outreach collaboration between Montana State University, University of South Dakota and the University of Wyoming.

Meet Sheridan Johnson, a participant in the 2021 CREWS Innovation and Commercialization Internship Program
CREWS is saying a bittersweet farewell to our colleague Hedi Casquilho-Gray, who will be leaving her position at the University of Montana in June to begin a new career as a high school science teacher in Hawaii.

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