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Northeast Maglev adds Ashley Mcmillian, Lindsay Pedersen

Topics: Culture | Northeast Maglev | People

Northeast Maglev is excited to welcome two new additions to our marketing team, Senior Communications Specialist Ashley Mcmillian and Social Media and Community Outreach Specialist Lindsay Pedersen. Ashley Mcmillian will focus on developing engagement opportunities with local leaders and community organizations as part of Northeast Maglev’s efforts to bring high-speed transportation to the region. Ashley … Continued

An illustration of Dr. Gordon Danby, developer of the patent for the superconducting maglev

National S.T.E.A.M. Day and Dr. Gordon Danby

Happy S.T.E.A.M. Day and Happy Birthday Dr. Gordon Danby! The concepts involved in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) are all around us, and learning about them happens naturally every day as children explore, play, and try new things. Encouraging curiosity and exploration helps children learn skills that will result in a lifetime of … Continued
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Northeast Maglev adds Kris Frederes, Joseph Rosenthal

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Northeast Maglev is excited to welcome two new additions to our project management team, Project Manager Kris Frederes and Assistant Project Manager Joseph Rosenthal. Project Manager Kris Frederes will play a key role in developing the project implementation and construction plan for Northeast Maglev’s efforts to bring a high-speed rail solution in the Northeast Corridor … Continued

Black and white photograph of an old steam engine in 1902 with the words I think I can, labeled books about trains

Northeast Maglev Celebrates National Read Across America Day

Topics: Culture | fun | kids

This month kicks off with National Read Across America Day on March 2nd!  The National Education Association (NEA) launched the Read Across America initiative in 1997 to encourage children to read more books and get kids excited about reading. The first Read Across America Day was celebrated on March 2, 1998, and the event has … Continued