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PreK-12 Students

CASE offers science and math programs for K-12 students, including Winter and Summer Science Academy classes.

 

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Greenlight for Girls

Greenlight for Girls is an international organization dedicated to inspire girls of all ages and backgrounds to pursue STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - by introducing them to the world of science in fun and exciting ways. The Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE) at Bridgewater State University is excited to announce our partnership with Greenlight for Girls for the third annual g4g Day event.

This year we are welcoming 150 girls of ages 11-15 from local communities to come and join us for what will be yet another exciting day filled with hands-on science & technology workshops & guided by STEM role model volunteers & professionals. We look forward to welcoming creative and fun workshops from BSU faculty and staff. Registration for the event is closed.

Date: Check back for information on next year's Greenlight for Girls
Agenda for the Day
8:00 AM:  Arrival and Registration
9:00 AM:  Keynote Speaker & Opening Ceremony
9:30 AM:  Workshop 1
10:45 AM:  Workshop 2
12:00 PM:  March for Science and Closing Ceremony
12:30 PM:  Parent/Guardian Pick-up

Math Kangaroo

Registration for the 2018 Math Kangaroo Olympiad is now closed. The competition took place on March 15, 2018. This is the 5th year that CASE will be hosting the competition and it will be held at two Bridgewater State University campuses (Bridgewater and Attleboro). Registration for the competition is now closed.

The Math Kangaroo is a competition for students in grades 1 through 12. The atmosphere is fun and encouraging and all participants receive a T-shirt, pencil, certificate and a toy. The heart of the competition is the 75 minute multiple-choice test. There are 24 questions for students in grades 1 through 4, and 30 for grades 5 and up. The students work independently and their test is scored. In May, gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded, along with grants and other prizes to the top placing participants.

 

Public Viewing Nights at the BSU Observatory

The BSU Observatory offers public viewing nights during the Fall and Spring semesters. The Observatory staff will show you constellations, planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies and star clusters, and will be happy to answer any questions you have about astronomy. For more information, please visit the BSU Observatory website.