Montana State University

Registration opens for MSU girls' science and math program set April 25

March 25, 2009


Middle school-aged girls from around Montana will learn about butterflies and insects, as well as other hands-on scientific activities, during the Expanding Your Horizons event set April 25 at MSU. This photo is from the 2008 conference. Photo courtesy of MSU Extended University.    High-Res Available

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Registration is now open for Montana State University's "Expanding Your Horizons," a day-long program to be held on Saturday, April 25, that is designed to motivate girls in grades 6, 7 and 8 to pursue careers in math and science.

Registration is $20 and includes lunch, materials and four hands-on sessions, which cover subjects such as astronomy, outdoor survival, dentistry, robotics and much more.

Registration forms are available through local schools and are also available online at http://eu.montana.edu/ContinuingEd/youth/

Conference headquarters are at the Burns Technology Center, 128 EPS building. The conference is sponsored by MSU Extended University. For more information, contact Susan Byorth at sbyorth@montana.edu or 243-5701.

Susan Byorth, (406) 243-5701 or at sbyorth@montana.edu