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STEM-focused event for mothers, daughters Nov. 19 at NDSU

FARGO - The North Dakota State University student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers and the NDSU College of Engineering are hosting Mommy, Me and SWE on Saturday, Nov. 19, a half-day science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or ST...

FARGO - The North Dakota State University student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers and the NDSU College of Engineering are hosting Mommy, Me and SWE on Saturday, Nov. 19, a half-day science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, event for girls in grades K-2 and their mothers.

The event is from 8 a.m. to noon at the NDSU Construction Management Auditorium, 1400 14th Ave. N.

Throughout the morning, the daughters will complete hands-on projects that introduce them to different types of engineering. Mothers will learn how to encourage their daughters to follow their interests in STEM.

Free parking is available in Visitors Lot E adjacent to the engineering complex. For more information, contact Olivia Gravel at (701) 318-6210.

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