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NASA IV&V Educator Resource Center passes STEM knowledge to teachers state-wide


Times West Virginian

Todd Ensign gives a presentation inside the Educator Resource Center, located at the NASA Independent Verification and Validation Program facility. NASA’s IV & V Facility resides in the I-79 Technology Park, where its Educator Resource Center supplies teachers both formal and informal with lessons on how to use and learn with its equipment.
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WHITE HALL, W.Va. —  Since she started her current job eight years ago, Pam Casto has been seeing growth happen.

As the education specialist at NASA’s Independent Verification & Validation (IV & V) program in Fairmont, the growth she has seen within the organization has been vital to the progress it has made in the field of automation and robotics.

And now, the facility and its programming are being recognized state-wide for its education of instructors in this field, through its Education Resource Center (ERC).

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