MNCEME is a consortium of academic institutions led by Minnesota State University, Mankato, with ten two-year colleges located throughout Minnesota. The Center serves industry as a first-contact resource for continuing education, emerging technology and the development of future workers by promoting opportunities for students to pursue science, technology, engineering and math as career fields.
Our 2014 Contest Task is Zip A Zipper. Submitted by Southland High School, MN, 1st place winners at the Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN regionals. Our Contest grows every year, as students, teachers, community organizations and businesses learn how Rube Goldberg Machine Contests encourage critical thinking and problem solving and team building in a non-traditional, fun learning environment. [...]
Congratulations to the winners of our Regional Rube Goldberg Competition at Minnesota State University Mankato: 1st Place: Southland 1 – Adams, MN - “Nemo’s Underwater Adventure” 2nd Place: St. Clair – St. Clair, MN – “Team Green Machine” 3rd Place: Lincoln Tigers – Lake City, MN – “The Toy Box Hammer” 4th Place: Spirit Lake 2 – Spirit [...]
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) is a national program aimed at middle and high school students. Implemented through the Center for Excellence, it helps schools give students the knowledge needed to excel in high technology fields. Studies of the program’s curriculum prove that its student become the prepared, competent employees that U.S. industries need to stay competitive in the global market. - Read More...
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