GIRL'S MATH AND SCIENCE DAY
Spring 2023 information coming soon!
2022 Event information:
When: Saturday, May 21 from 1:00 - 4:15 pm.
Where: Wells Hall B-wing Atrium (B115) at Michigan State University
The Michigan State University Graduate Women in Science Mid-Michigan Chapter invites you and your students to attend our 2022 Girl's Math and Science Day!
This event is an opportunity for middle school students to work with enthusiastic and knowledgeable scientists at MSU while they complete four 25-minute STEM-themed activities! Some examples of our past activities include learning to code, extracting DNA from fruit, and using math to study butterflies. The event will also include a keynote address from one of our amazing MSU faculty members! This event is open to participants of all genders.
This year, our event will look a little different. We will still be offering hands-on activities to our participants, but our participants will be indoors and masked at MSU in Wells Halls we will be meeting in the B-wing Atrium for registration or room B115.
Registration is LIVE! Parents can register participants by filling out the Registration Form below. All participants are required to have a chaperone in the vicinity throughout the duration of the event. Please have the chaperone's name and contact information ready for registration.
Confirmation emails will be sent to all participants containing the relevant event information and any updates. There will be a brief check-in process starting at 1:00pm on Saturday, May 21st in the Wells Hall B-wing Atrium (Rm B115). At that time you will receive the event schedule and some additional event information.
Medical Treatment Authorization Form
Parking is available in Lot #s 64, 38, and 40. Please see the map below for reference.
Parking is free on the weekend aside from spots reserved for University vehicles.
Girl's Math and Science Day Flyer
MSU Background Check Form for Volunteers
Do you have questions or concerns?
Contact us at:
GMSD Committee Chairs
Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, & Engineering
Jamily Ramos de Lima
Department of Integrative Biology