The Center for the Advancement of STEM Education
CASE provides preK-12 educators, students and the community access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) resources
The mission of CASE is to promote and increase interest and literacy in science and mathematics among preK-12 students, pre-service and in-service teachers, and members of the regional community. CASE offers hands-on laboratory experiences for students, professional development and lending labs for teachers, summer science programs for middle and high school students and access to BSU's Observatory and Project EarthView's twenty-foot inflatable globe. CASE programs directly impact more than 20,000 preK-12 students, teachers and community members each year. For our 2015 Annual Report, please click here.
CityLab is a biotechnology outreach program for teachers and students that aims to enhance science knowledge and enthusiasm through authentic laboratory experiences.
Engage in Math
Engage in Math is an outreach program for teachers, students, and their parents which unlocks the world of engaging mathematics through creative problem solving, puzzles, and games. More+
Math & Computer Science Collaborative
The Mathematics and Computer Science Collaborative provides meaningful professional development for mathematics educators in Southeastern Massachusetts. More+
The BSU Observatory hosts public and private viewing events, runs K-12 workshops, and provides resources for student research, astronomy courses, and service-learning. More+
Project EarthView’s twenty-foot hand-painted globe serves as a portable classroom energizing geography programs throughout the region. More+
Project GreenLab aims to educate the BSU and regional communities about green chemistry and the impacts of chemicals on human and environmental health.
Watershed Access Lab
Watershed Access Lab provides science education outreach programs and preK-12 teacher professional development focused on land use and water quality assessment. More +
Solar Eclipse 2017
On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will be visible through a huge swath of the USA! Those not in the path of totality will see a partial eclipse, and here in MA we will see the Sun covered nearly 70% by the Moon. Join us between 1:00 and 4:00 pm at the Science and Mathematics Center for safe eclipse viewing, rain or shine. More+