Girls in STEM Event Draws 55 Students in its Inaugural Year

April 15, 2018

By Katie Langford, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel  |  April 15, 2018
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

For West Middle School science teacher Heidi Ragsdale, watching dozens of girls collaborate and work on science, technology, engineering and math projects is a dream years in the making.

Ragsdale spearheaded the first-ever Girls in STEM conference that captivated 55 girls for eight hours on Saturday.

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