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Center for the Advancement of STEM Education

The Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE) continues to support teachers, students and their parents by providing STEM resources and activities. Please visit our Online Learning page and contact us at case@bridgew.edu to let us know of any specific STEM lessons or standards you need help addressing.

Mission: The Center for the Advancement of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education leverages the physical and intellectual resources of BSU to build and support a diverse community of educators and students that promotes STEM interest and literacy both regionally and internationally.

Vision: The Center for the Advancement of STEM Education strives to serve as an outstanding resource in which:
•    Community members have equal and open access to STEM education resources;
•    BSU students gain confidence and develop leadership skills by sharing STEM knowledge through service-learning experiences;
•    Faculty and staff develop professionally as they engage BSU students and community members in STEM outreach.

The Complete Mission, Vision, and Goals Statement.

CASE Annual Reports

CASE 2019 Annual Report (pdf)
CASE 2018 Annual Report (pdf)

Children in the citylab program
CityLab is a biotechnology outreach program for teachers and students that aims to enhance science knowledge and enthusiasm through authentic laboratory experiences.
Close-up of the EarthLab globe
EarthLab is a spherically shaped digital display system that is manufactured by iGlobe.
Children in the engage in math program
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.
Exterior of the Dana Mohler-Faria Science and Mathematics Center
The Mathematics and Computer Science Collaborative provides meaningful professional development for mathematics educators in Southeastern Massachusetts.
A student using a telescope at the BSU Observatory
The BSU Observatory hosts public and private viewing events, runs K-12 workshops, and provides resources for student research, astronomy courses, and service-learning.
The view from inside a Project EarthView globe
Project EarthView provides inflatable globes, giant floor maps, and programs for K-12 teachers and students, energizing geography programs throughout the region.
A Greenlight for Girls student in the lab
Project GreenLab aims to educate the BSU and regional communities about green chemistry and the impacts of chemicals on human and environmental health.
Stormwater steward students in a river
Watershed Access Lab provides science education outreach programs and preK-12 teacher professional development focused on land use and water quality assessment.
Students in the lab
Programs for anyone who is interested in science ranging from looking at the night sky with BSU's observatory to helping students improve in math with Math Kangaroo.