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“Got Game?” Contest

STEM Fuse announces the first semi-annual “Got Game?” Contest.
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STEM Fuse announces the first semi-annual “Got Game?” Contest. The goal of “Got Game?” is to motivate aspiring young game developers to create new games. Prizes will be awarded for the top three games to the studentcreator( s) and their high schools.

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Deadline: May 31, 2012



You've Got to be Kidding

You've Got to be Kidding Although this PBS site calls itself a 'game,' it is really a lot more. It offers users a series of ethical dilemmas and three possible courses of action for each, and then discusses the results of each course of action. The site can be an excellent motivator for some

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Contests & Grants

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at SesameWorkshop and E-Line Media announced thesponsors and partners for the 2013 NationalSTEM Video Game Challenge.

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Grants & Contests

The PASCO STEM Educator Awards recognize five educators with a prize totaling approximately $4,500, which includes a $1,000 cash award, a $2,000 certificate for PASCO products to further support their STEM program, and up to $1,500 for travel expenses to attend the NSTA national conference, where they will be recognized at the NSTA Awards Banquet.

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Contests & Grants

Kid scientists all over the country have been inventing new kinds of packaging, space food, and toys and games for animals.

Needs and Gots

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