Starbase

Starbase Minnesota strives to increase the knowledge, skills, and interest of inner-city elementary school youth in science, math, technology, and engineering for greater academic and lifelong success. These studies looks at the potential long-term impacts of participation. It examines high school students’ interest, motivation, knowledge, and skill development in science, math, and technology, and participants’ interest in joining the military.


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Starbase Minnesota Long-Term Follow-up Study, SummaryEvaluationJuly 2012Caryn Mohr, Dan Mueller
Starbase Minnesota Long-Term Follow-up Study - Overall Results, Full ReportEvaluationJuly 2012Caryn Mohr, Dan Mueller
Starbase Minnesota Follow-up Study - Phase II, SummaryEvaluationMarch 2011Caryn Mohr, Dan Mueller
Follow-up Study of Starbase Minnesota participants - Phase II, Full ReportEvaluationMarch 2011Caryn Mohr, Dan Mueller
Starbase Minnesota Program Impact - Follow-up Study, SummaryEvaluationJuly 2009Katie Broton, Dan Mueller
Follow-up Study of Starbase Minnesota participants - Program Impact in High School, Full ReportEvaluationJune 2009Katie Broton, Dan Mueller

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