Monthly Archives: October 2014

Earlier this month I attended a Tech Coast Venture Network event on Crowfunding that was hosted by Howard Leonhardt. I wasn’t sure what to expect from this event, but I figured it couldn’t hurt to go listen to some pointers from someone who has raised over $145 million to crowdfund new inventions and startups […]

How to Succeed at Reaching Your Crowdfunding Goal

Going through our archives, we came across this great post from February 17, 2014 on, “Whatever Happened to Graduate Research?” that we wanted to share with you in case you missed it the first time around.  I read this recently in a powerpoint that came with a research methods textbook If answering […]

Throwback Thursday: Whatever happened to graduate research?

Graph explaining Buffalo herd statistics
One exciting aspect of interning for 7 Generation Games is being able to collaborate with the members of the 7 Generation Games team. As a result of the guidance from AnnMaria, Maria, and Jessica, I have been able to work on informative, yet engaging resources for teachers and students. My […]

Applied Math – Using math in our daily lives

Two senior members of our team traveled to Anchorage, Alaska, last week to represent 7 Generation Games at the National Indian Education Association’s annual convention and trade show. The event brings together Native American educators as well as educators working with the Native American community. It was 7 Generation Games’ […]

7 Generation Games at NIEA 2014