“As co-chair of the Governor’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Advisory Council, I look forward to visiting the Clinton High School Innovation classroom as we look for creative ideas and concepts to scale up across the state,” Reynolds said. “We are working to develop the strongest possible statewide STEM initiative, so having the opportunity to interact with students and teachers at Clinton will allow us to learn from their experiences with the Innovation classroom.”
Later, Durham will give a lecture at the Clinton Community College Technology Center about the importance of economic progress in Iowa. She’s scheduled to present at 7 p.m. in a forum open to the public.
All of this is coming during an important time for the region, Kirchhoff said. He added Nevada Railroad Materials – the second occupant of the railpark – is also making headway on its development, with “some operations already beginning.”