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Search-and-rescue dog runs toward the camera in the snow as school children look on

Tracking Hidden STEM in NH's North Country

Is K-9 search-and-rescue a STEM skill? What about hunting, snowmobiling or cross-country skiing? That’s what Andrew Coppens, associate professor of education, and Jayson Seaman, associate professor of recreation management and policy, set out to explore with 40 middle and high schoolers from Coös... Read More

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