Monday, January 16, 2017

EAC students to speak at BLM Brown Bag event: An evening with Bigfoot

Interns from the Eastern Arizona College-Safford Bureau of Land Management STEM Partnership, will speak at the BLM’s next Brown Bag Lecture event on Thursday, Jan. 19, from 6-8 p.m., in the BLM Safford Office, located at 711 14th Ave. Admission is free. 
The event will feature a Bigfoot lookalike contest, door prizes, popcorn, Bigfoot cookies, and more. “The Legend of Bigfoot,” a documentary film of one researcher’s quest to track down the elusive mammal, will be shown and discussed. Participants will also be able to talk to a logger who worked in Bigfoot country for decades. The STEM Partnership is a grant supported program which requires intern participation in public speaking. Bigfoot movie night will help fulfill this requirement...more

Brown Baggin' wih Bigfoot...Bigfoot Cookies...a Bigfoot lookalike contest...Bigfoot movie night. Nice to see the BLM budget is not in the dire straits some claim.

What's next? A BLM Break with Big Bird?

And yes, BLM has a WOMENINSTEM program, where they celebrate WOMENINSTEM Wednesdays.

If, like me, you weren't all that familiar with the federal STEM (Science, Technology, Education, Mathematics) program, then take a glance at this in Obama's 2015 budget proposal. 

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