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BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) – More than 300 children learned about STEM education at the Gateway to Science “Stem Expo” Saturday.

MDU and the Bismarck Larks teamed up with the science museum to show how STEM careers are not only fun but can be productive.

“We show young children ‘this is fun,’ we arouse interest, but for adults, we remind them that you are still using all this science, technology, engineering and mathematics, just to work with children yours,” said Gateway to Science Program Director Arin Casavant.

The Expo also recognizes six students as “STEM all-stars,” selected by teachers for demonstrating expertise and hard work with STEM.

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