ALAMOSA (February 20) – As part of Adams State’s celebration of International Women’s Week, the Adams State University STEM Saturday, So you think you can’t math is scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon, on Saturday, March 7; the session was originally scheduled for March 14.
So you think you can’t math, by Raquel Barata, visiting assistant professor of mathematics, is for GIRLS ONLY, grades 6-8. There are still a few spaces available. Register now.
So you think you can’t math includes a variety of interesting, challenging, and fun activities that explore some obscure sides of mathematics. Students need only bring their enthusiasm for mathematics and learning to this event.
Once registered, participants will receive the location of session and any other pertinent information. Only parent/guardian authorized registrations will be accepted. No cost to participants.
For more information or a reservation form, contact Cindy Bervig, STEM outreach coordinator, at 719-587-7586 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration forms are also available at adams.edu/stem.
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