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Reg. for free Girls’ STEM Day for grades 6-8 begins Feb. 25!

on February 24, 2017

Logo for Girls' STEM program at SUNY New PaltzGirls’ STEM Day is a free, exciting program for middle school girls sponsored by Master Teachers of the Mid-Hudson Region, to be held on Sat., March 25 from 9 am – 2 pm.

At this second annual event, girls will participate in STEM-related activities run by female educators, master teachers and scientists from the Mid-Hudson area.

Some of the exciting workshops being offered are: rat dissection, robotics, computer coding, fun with math probability, fractal mania, forensic chemistry, 3D printing, flight simulator, soldering a circuit board, designing a bridge and much more.

WVMS science teacher, Mrs. Waters, will teach a Little Bits and Motors workshop, and HS Math teacher Lisa Howard will run a Fractal Mania math workshop.

In addition to activities, workshops and demonstrations, girls will be treated to lunch and a keynote address by Jothi Ramaswamy.

The event will take place in the SUNY New Paltz Coykendall Building. Check in will begin on March 25 at 8:30 am. Please note that transportation is not provided.

Registration begins on Sat., February 25, on a first-come, first-served basis.
You must register BEFORE the event!
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