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Expanding Your Horizons

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    Motivating Young Women in Science and Mathematics

    Participate in hands-on workshops that will develop your passion in a range of scientific fields. 

2016 Registration Is Closed

Event Date: September 10, 2016

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a national network that was founded in 1974 by a group of female scientists and educators. It was their goal to encourage young women to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers. It is the goal of the EYH conferences throughout the country to do just that! 

The EYH Network’s programs are developed based on the following assumptions:

  1. In order to increase the participation of women in mathematics, science, and engineering careers, there must be an increase in the pool of qualified women.
  2. In order for young women to have the option to enter mathematics, science, and engineering careers, they need to choose to take the appropriate mathematics and science courses in high school.
  3. Intervention strategies are needed that increase the participation of girls in mathematics by nurturing enjoyment and confidence in mathematics, by connecting the value of mathematics to career opportunities, by providing career role models, and by actively encouraging girls to persevere in mathematics coursework.

EYH workshops showcase positive female role models in STEM careers, combined with fun, hands-on activities for middle school girls. Due to the personalized nature of each girls’ schedule, we regret to inform you that we cannot accommodate walk-in registrations on the day of the event.

Each girl will participate in three hands-on workshops at the event. Upon online registration, girls get to select their two favorite trios of three workshops that they are interested in. They will be placed in one of the trios. We have a range of workshops including biology, chemistry, psychology, medical sciences, architecture, and more.

Parents and guardians may relax on our campus during the event. However, for space and safety reasons, they are not allowed to rotate with the girls to their sessions. They are also not allowed to take girls off-campus at lunch. 

For additional information, please contact Kim Pause Tucker through email or contact Michelle Schwartz via phone 443-394-9773.

Special thanks to the American Association of University Women Baltimore Branch. 

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Michelle Schwartz
Student Engagement Coordinator for the Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences

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