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AIR DATE: January 24, 2013

The national push for more education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics began a few years ago. In 2007, Nevada ranked low in the number of science and engineering degrees that were awarded. What has changed since then? And what is the state doing to encourage more students to enroll in university programs in technology and science?

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Barbara Moskal, Director, Center for Assessment of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Colorado School of Mines

David Crowther, Professor of Science Education, University of Nevada Reno

Carl Reiber, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, UNLV


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