Educational Engineering Institute

Opportunities provided through Math & Science Partnerships

MSU STEM Education has partnered with the University of North Dakota School of Engineering and Mines, Red River Valley Education Cooperative, Northeast Education Services Cooperative, Dakota Science Center, and the Great Plains Girls Collaborative to create the Educational Engineering Institute (EEI). The EEI is part of the Mathematics and Science Partnerships federal project and is an intensive professional development program in which 25 teachers attend a summer institute and complete a year-long online graduate class. The program focuses on increasing participants' knowledge of the various fields of engineering and the use of the engineering design process in their classrooms.

Educational Engineering Institute

June 16-19, 2014; Online course 2014-15 year

Focus on Engineering

Advanced STEM concepts

Advanced Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Understanding by Design unit planning

Technology Integration


2 Graduate credits upon online course completion
(tuition waived)

$100/day stipend

Perfect for those who have experience with STEM

Open to K-12 teachers in RRVEC and NESC schools until May 15
(and ND K-12 teachers after May 15, if spots remain) 

To register for this program, please fill out the following form:


For more information, contact Sarah Sletten.