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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Infrastructure-Funding-Gaps-and-its-Impact MSA Technical Expert
Transportation Investments Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants are crawling back, along with other sources of much needed economic development funding. The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) released its seventh batch of TIGER awards recently. This time around, rural projects received more grant dollars than in any past round! 

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Engage-future-STEM-workers-before-they-learn-to-dr Gilbert Hantzsch, PE
The concept of recruitment needs to change. Private companies head to college fairs and develop materials to engage future employees. Work-life balance, anyone? But the real push for STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) recruits needs to begin earlier – much earlier. It’s time for STEM-based organizations to bring employees into our local schools to share their knowledge. 

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Meet-MSA-s-Engineers–Raine-Gardner Craig Fields
Continuing the Meet MSA's Engineers series, we sit down with Raine Gardner, PE, a native of Wausau, Wisconsin and a Michigan Tech grad. Raine is an expert in municipal engineering, including park and recreation planning and design and grant administration. Raine shares insight on work/life balance while leading MSA's Park and Recreation Community of Practice. 

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/News---Info/Blog/October-2015/World-Dairy-Expo-2015 Andrew Skwor, PE, CPESC
The 2015 World Dairy Expo theme was “Dairy in our DNA”. The DNA of the Dairy Industry is based on the interdependency of metaphorical “building blocks” – so too is the success of any agricultural engineering project. We've collected some of our favorite moments from the week. Check them out!

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/News---Info/Blog/October-2015/Planning-a-Safe-School-Zone Jason Valerius, AICP
Planning Safe Routes to School involves assessing both infrastructure and non-infrastructure needs to ensure that bicycling and walking are safe and preferred modes of transportation for students. Check out this slide deck for ideas on how to plan your community’s safe school zone.

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