Iowa’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) is aimed at building research capacity and increasing competitiveness for the State of Iowa through investments in infrastructure and human capital. EPSCoR provides support for key research areas at Iowa’s Regents Institutions, while establishing partnerships with the state’s community colleges, private colleges, school districts, government agencies and industries. The ultimate goal is to stimulate lasting research infrastructure improvements for the State of Iowa.
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Dozens of minority girls were encouraged to take up an interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields during last month's "Black Girls Do Science" workshop at the University of Iowa.
Iowa NSF EPSCoR has released a new video.
STATE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PLAN
The State Science & Technology Plan guides the mission of the EPSCoR State Governing Committee, and includes outreach and other efforts to strengthen Iowa's economy by strategically focusing on innovation and the STEM pipeline.