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The Center for Science & Mathematics Education (CSME) supports and promotes active-learning based science and mathematics education projects for youth statewide and individuals who teach those youth. Read more about CSME's goals and objectives below.

CSME provides the infrastructure to support multiple K-20 science, mathematics, and engineering education (STEM) projects that are collaborative in nature. We host and facilitate competitive STEM projects and events for K-12 students. Listed below are the projects we work with.

Individuals, organizations, and agencies interested in enhancing the relationships of STEM disciplines to education are encouraged to contact us.

CSME Goals and Objectives:

  1. Provides an infrastructure for the operation of multiple science and mathematics education projects.
  2. Promotes collaboration with other North Dakota institutions to implement a statewide plan for the improvement of undergraduate teacher preparation and graduate professional development for science and mathematics teachers.
  3. Provides opportunities for faculty and students to become involved in K-16 science and mathematics education projects.
  4. Supports the ongoing efforts of individuals, departments, and groups of faculty involved with K-12 activities such as Governor's School, Science Olympiad, and other science/math functions.

History of CSME:

The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education established the Center for Science and Mathematics Education on March 19, 1998. Initial support came from the NDSU College of Human Development & Education and the NDSU College of Science & Mathematics


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Center for Science & Mathematics Education
FLC Suite 314 Dept. 2020
Tel: 701-231-7015

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 22, 2020 3:00:38 PM
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