Science and Math Expo

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Science & Math Expo 2017

May 9, 2017 (Tuesday) | 12–2 p.m. |$35 per school
Grades 6-8
Field House, Mitchell Hall, UW-La Crosse campus

NEW: Students can enter in one or both of the following categories

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  • Students can present the results of a science experiment
  • Students can present a math game they have designed

Sponsored by: 

Gund-Med-logoGundersen Medical Foundation

UW-La Crosse Continuing Education/Extension

UW-La Crosse College of Science and Health

The purpose:

The Science & Math Expo is designed to demonstrate the importance of mathematics and  the sciences to middle school children no matter what profession they ultimately select. Through the Science & Math Expo, students learn:

  • The scientific process, including how to evaluate problems and think like a scientist
  • New research and discoveries in science
  • Equipment used in science
  • Fun ways to apply the mathematics they know
  • Going beyond the classroom in developing their ideas
  • More about careers in science and math

During the Expo, students present their science and math projects to reviewers, other participants and visitors. Reviewers create a learning dialog between student scientists and do not judge the student's work in the traditional sense.

Program questions, please contact:

Continuing Education & Extension, or 608.785.6500

Thank you to Peg Vogel: School District of Onalaska for authoring much of the material on this website.