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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Spokane STEM Features The Girl Scouts

The Spokane STEM Network – which is supported by GSI and the Northeast Education Service District 101 – visited with Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho to learn what the organization is doing to promote STEM subjects and STEM … Read more

New Developments in the Spokane Region Show Progress

Spring in the greater Spokane region means patio seating is available at restaurants, parks are greatly occupied, splash pads are about to open, and kids (parents?) are counting down the days until summer vacation. It also means time to see … Read more

Spokane Community Awarded Abilene Trophy: How We Support Fairchild Air Force Base

Last week we announced that the greater Spokane community was awarded the Abilene Trophy for superb support for Fairchild Air Force Base. The trophy is presented annually by the Abilene Chamber of Commerce and the United States Air Force Air … Read more

Health Care Week Brings Students Inside Area Businesses

Health Care Week, part of our Business AfterSchool series, brought more than 150 students from the greater Spokane region to health care organizations to see what it is like to work in a health care setting. The goal of Business … Read more

GSI in Washington D.C.: Emptying the Notebook

Washington D.C. – The 46-person delegation we brought to Washington D.C. completed its advocacy trip and is headed home. We’ve already written about Graduate Medical Education and the Export-Import Bank, STEM Education, and Transportation. Now, let’s empty our notebook: – Kumar … Read more

Grow America Act Introduced: How Does Spokane Fit In?

Washington D.C. – On Tuesday, the Department of Transportation introduced the Grow America Act, which calls for $302 billion to be spent over four years on transportation projects across the nation. Sam Brown, the Director of the White House Business … Read more

Spokane Shares What it is Doing in STEM Education With the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of STEM

Washington D.C. – “Message delivered.” Those were the first words spoken by Scott Morgan, President of Spokane Community College, after he and nine other community, business and education leaders met Thursday in a small group with Camsie McAdams, the Acting Director … Read more

The Reauthorizations of Graduate Medical Education Grant and the Export-Import Bank Impact the Spokane Region

Washington D.C. – Reauthorizing a grant to provide Graduate Medical Education (GME) slots in Spokane, and the Export-Import Bank were two topics of discussion Wednesday as a 46-person delegation from the greater Spokane region completed a busy day of meetings … Read more