Stations receive STEM content grants

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CPB has granted nine pubTV stations a total of nearly $900,000 to create content on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) that will be shared with the system and other educational organizations. Stations, their projects and grants are: Louisiana Public Broadcasting, “Global Warming Consequences and Mitigation, $118,777; Maryland Public Television, “Changing the Balance: Digital Assets Investigating Climate Change,” $125,000; Nebraska Educational Telecommunications Commission (NET Television), “Antarctica’s Climate Secrets,” $125,000; Northern California Public Broadcasting (KQED), “Clue into Climate: A Digital Media-Based Curriculum Unit on Climate Change,” $97,200; Utah Education Network (KUEN), “Utah Climate Literacy Partnership,” $125,000; WGBH, Wisconsin Public Television and ThinkTV, “Climate Literacy Collaborative,” $226,481; WOSU Public Media, “What Ice Cores Reveal About Climate,” $80,655.