MHTA — Lt. Governor Tina Smith and Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius announced new state grants that will help 12 school districts provide students with the high-speed internet connections needed to complete homework and access other online learning opportunities.
New state grants awarded to schools to provide high-speed internet access
Border-to-Border Broadband Development Grants announced, $34 million for 42 broadband projects across Greater Minnesota
MHTA — Lt. Governor Tina Smith and the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today announced grants totaling $34 million for 42 broadband infrastructure projects that will provide 16,627 households, 2,240 businesses, and 71 community institutions across Minnesota access to reliable, affordable high-speed internet.
Tech.2017 highlights Minnesota strengths & challenges
Minnesota continues to grab attention for the growth of its science and technology economy. At the end of last year, the Milken Institute ranked the state 7th in its State Science and Technology Index. Some of the reasons why will be on display next month when MHTA hosts Tech.2017 at the Metropolitan Ballroom in Golden Valley.
2017 Legislative Session underway
The 2017 Legislative Session began today with Republicans in control of both the House and Senate, and Governor Dayton gearing up for his final two years in office.
SciTech intern taps lab experience to land brewery internship
Sam Ellis (right) is a senior majoring in Biomedical Science at St. Cloud State University and on his way to medical school. What makes this fascinating is his current internship: It’s not at a clinic; it’s at Beaver Island Brewing Company in downtown St. Cloud through the SciTechsperience Internship Program. What does a future career in medicine have to do with beer? It’s all about the yeast.