Brown Brain Bee 2019-2020 Registration
Want to learn more about the brain? Interested in studying science in college? Join the Brown Brain Bee!

The Brown Brain Bee is a neuroscience outreach program for high school students in Rhode Island. We offer weekly neuroscience classes from October to February, both on the Brown University campus and at local high schools. On February 15, 2020, students will have the opportunity to compete in the Brown Brain Bee, win cash prizes, and advance to the National Brain Bee.

To learn more about the program, please visit our website (www.brownbrainbee.org) or email Sarah and Tracy at admin@brownbrainbee.org.

Classes begin the week of October 20th. Please register if you plan to attend classes!
First name *
Last name *
Current high school *
You must be a current high school student in order to compete in the 2019-2020 Brown Brain Bee.
Current grade *
Email address *
Phone number *
T shirt size *
You will receive a free t-shirt for competing in the Brown Brain Bee! Sizing is unisex.
How did you find out about the Brown Brain Bee?
Are you able to attend the 2020 Brown Brain Bee on Saturday, February 15th from 1-3pm? *
Are you a Rhode Island resident? *
You must be a RI resident to compete in the 2020 Brown Brain Bee. Other Brain Bees are available for MA residents.
What are your other commitments during the week?
In order to get the most out of the Brown Brain Bee, you should plan on spending 2-3 hours a week attending class and learning neuroscience!
Why are you interested in joining the Brown Brain Bee?
Do you have any prior experience learning about neuroscience? Please describe.
Prior experience is not necessary! Knowing about your neuroscience background helps us plan our lessons.
When are you available to attend Brain Bee review classes during a typical week?
Classes will be offered on Saturdays at Brown University and after school during the week at some local high schools. Answering this question accurately helps us schedule our lessons.
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I give the Brown Brain Bee permission to take photographs of me and use these photos for publicity, including on the Brown Brain Bee website and Facebook page.
Please email us or leave a comment if you have any concerns about this policy.
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Any other questions or comments?
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