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Educational Outreach

Our educational outreach for STEM students and educators ranges from teacher training and resources to hands-on activities, tutoring and more.
Sonia Kovalesky

Making Girls Part of the Equation

Women have been historically underrepresented in the mathematical sciences, and we want to help change that. Our first annual Sonia Kovalevsky Math Day for Girls will include activities on graph theory, cryptography, and more, as well as a discussion on careers and opportunities for women in mathematics--and pizza! If you are a high school girl with an interest in mathematics, this event is for you. All are welcome, no matter your mathematical background, but registration is limited to 20, so don't wait! 

Sonia Math Day for Girls
Operation: Glass Ceiling
February 10, 2018
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Crapo Hall 
9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Sessions include: 

  • Catch Me If You Can - Graph Theory with Dr. Riehl
  • For Your Eyes Only - Cryptography with Dr. All
  • Discussion About Women in Math
  • Lunch, Games & Puzzles
  • The Clue Project - Logic with Dr. Carlisle
  • Museum Security Sweeps - Graph Theory with Dr. Weyand
  • Outwitting Frank the Forger - Cryptography with Dr. Holden

Questions? Contact Lee Trent.

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Resources for Teachers

The country’s best undergraduate STEM college wants to give you the tools you need to inspire the next generation of engineers, scientists and mathematicians. Follow the link below to learn more about our teacher resources.

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Resources for Students

Whether you’re curious about engineering, crazy about robots or need help with your algebra, we’ve got you covered. Follow the link below to learn more about our resources for students.

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Growing Food & Fun!

Students, faculty and staff are taking sustainbility to kids in Terre Haute's Ryves neighborhood through the Ryves Up! program at Benjamin Franklin Elementary. The program is using a garden to teach lessons about science, math and the arts. Along the way, they're also learning about healthy choices and where their food comes from.
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