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Holiday Hands-On Math Mini-Camp

Kick off winter break with amazing hands-on math fun at our Holiday Math Mini-Camp on December 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Kindergarteners through sixth graders will enjoy holiday math-themed crafts, games, puzzles, and learning activities with brilliant and talented Baldwin Wallace University faculty and student mathematicians!

Drop off your kids at the Knowlton Center to get holiday errands and shopping done and we’ll have a blast! In addition, kids will have math takeaways sure to snowball into many more hours of fun to stay engaged with math over holiday break!

Click here for more information or to register.

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CrossFit For Your Mind: Forging Elite Mental Fitness

Baldwin Wallace University’s Center for Collaborative Problem Solving hosted CrossFit For Your Mind: Forging Elite Mental Fitness in September.

During the 90-minute problem-solving workshop, Dr. Edwin Meyer, an associate professor of physics at Baldwin Wallace, and Meridith Witt, assistant professor of physics at Baldwin Wallace, led participants through new and challenging workouts for the brain as they worked on problems designed to improve mental focus and fitness. The evening helped everyone become more creative, clever, and confident.

Check back often for details on future problem-solving events through the Center for Collaborative Problem Solving!

BW Tech Camp - Programming Self-Driving Robots

Baldwin Wallace University hosted BW Tech Camp – Programming Self-Driving Robots in September.

During the two-hour camp led by associate professor Brian Krupp and his CS+ student team, participants ages 12 to 17 learned how to program a robotic vehicle using an Arduino. The also learned how to control the robot’s speed, direction and motors, and used sensors to allow the robot to detect and avoid obstacles.

BW Tech Camps are held throughout the school year – check back often for dates and details!

Midwest/Great Lakes Undergraduate Research Symposium in Neuroscience

The Baldwin Wallace University Neuroscience Department hosted the 13th annual Midwest/Great Lakes Undergraduate Research Symposium in Neuroscience (mGluRs) in October.

The symposium provides an opportunity for undergraduates to present summer research projects in the field of neuroscience and, for some, to prepare for the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting. The day will include a keynote speaker, oral and poster presentations by students, a career panel, professional development opportunities, and the chance to talk with graduate school representatives.

The symposium will return to Baldwin Wallace in 2023 – check back for dates and details!

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Hands-On Math Camp

Our Community STEM program got in on the fun this summer by hosting Hands-On Math Camp.

Campers in grades 6 through 8 were led by Baldwin Wallace mathematics faculty and alumni instructors to develop their problem-solving, collaboration and critical thinking skills through hands-on puzzles, games and activities – all while having a blast!

Hand-On Math Camp will return soon - check back often for dates and details!

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