At the annual Highline Public Schools STEM Fest, self-identifying female, trans* and non-binary students get a unique opportunity to connect with STEM professionals who help spark and strengthen their interest in STEM careers through knowledge-sharing, expertise and mentorship.
University of Idaho students are working to enhance traditional safety training with VR simulations through funding from the NWC PTOP program.
September 7, 2016 | Imagine a FitBit, or Apple Health App, that informs you about the space you are occupying throughout the day. If it told you you're breathing in something toxic on your way to work, would you change your route? If it found that your mood improves when you spend time outdoors, would you fit more walks into your day? This is what DEOHS Associate Professor Edmund Seto, PhD, MS, wants to discover.