The Massachusetts Region V High School Science and Engineering Fair is a non-profit organization, that showcases student's work through annual science fairs. Each student, or team of students, with the help of a science teacher/mentor, will create a new project for 2020, fill out the SEFOS registration form, and then print out, fill out, and upload all necessary paperwork to their SEFOS account.
CASE will host Open Lab Week for a second time this year! The goal of engaging the community in hands-on STEM learning remains the same. Open Lab Week will be virtual, and will take place the week of April 20 - April 23, 2020.
Open Lab Week 2020 was a virtual event. Open Lab Week 2020 activities can be found on our Online Learning page.
Darwin Day goes virtual this year! This day is an international celebration of Darwin’s theory of evolution as well as a day dedicated to science communication and outreach, celebrated on or near the birthday of Charles Darwin. For the 2021 celebration, Bridgewater State University will have virtual lectures from evolutionary biologists and educational activities available to the community and educators use at home or in the classroom.
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. Stay tuned for more information about the 2021 Math Kangaroo Competition."
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 and the College of Education at Bridgewater State University partner with Greenlight for Girls to offer a Greenlight for Girls STEM event, where we welcome 150 girls (aged 11-15) from local communities to join us for an exciting day filled with hands-on science & technology workshops guided by STEM role model professionals, BSU faculty and staff.
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.
The Science Academy offers one-week science classes for students who are in or are entering grades 4-12. This unique program allows students to work as scientists and is designed to inspire students about science while providing them with the foundations necessary for further scientific exploration. The Science Academy is offered twice throughout the year: one in the Summer and one in the Winter.