University Relations and Communications

March 28, 2018

 

Girls look at a model of a human heart

Girls look at a model of a human heart

 

MSU Billings Girls-n-Science event offers hands-on, minds-on STEM activities

 

Contacts:

Tiffini Gallant, Alumni/Foundation Marketing Coordinator at MSU Billings Foundation, (406) 657-2252, tiffini.gallant@msubillings.edu

 

MSU BILLINGS FOUNDATION NEWS—Bring your family to the 9th annual MSU Billings Girls-n-Science event on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Beginning at 12:30 p.m., the public is invited to take part in hands-on, minds-on STEM activities.

 

Featuring more than 30 booths, female STEM-related professionals showcase science to girls in fun, interactive ways. Activities are designed to challenge participants in grades 4-8. They can investigate interesting substances, go wild with live animals, and play dress-up at the photo booth.

 

After checking out the booths, your child can climb to new heights on the MSUB climbing wall. For young children in attendance, Wise Wonder’s Children’s Museum is providing a play space.

 

Girls-n-Science is a family-friendly event, and girls must be accompanied by a parent. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, admission is free. No registration is necessary, and girls will receive a commemorative drawstring backpack.  

 

For additional information, visit http://msubillings.edu/girls/ or contact Mary Ann Keenan, development officer at MSU Billings Foundation, (406) 657-2245, maryann.keenan@msubillings.edu.