LSU Girls Day at the Museum Application
Saturday, February 29, 2020
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
LSU Museum of Natural Science
Murphy J. Foster Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
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WANTED: Thinkers, explorers and hidden gem-seekers—for an educational journey that can take you anywhere!
The LSU Museum of Natural Science and the College of Science invite girls in grades 4 through 6 with an interest in science to apply for Girls Day at the Museum 2020. This activity includes a fun-filled day exploring the museum collections, snacking and chatting with women scientists at LSU, and participating in exciting hands-on science activities.

Who’s eligible to participate? Girls in 4th through 6th grade with an interest in science.

Application Deadline: Friday, January 24, 2020

How do I apply? Complete the 2020 Girls Day at the Museum application form below.

The application requires a one-page essay, a participant authorization form, and a photography and social media release form that must be completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Parent's Name: *
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Participant's Name: *
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How did you hear about Girls Day at the Museum?
Are you on social media? If so, please note the social media you use and your social media name below (ex. @lsuscience)
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What are you interested in doing? Choose your top three. *
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Please list some of your previous science experiences (for example: participated in a science fair, took a tour of a laboratory, attended a science related presentation, participated in a science activity) *
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ESSAY QUESTION: Scientists answer important questions. These questions affect the way we take care of our health, create new technologies, and better understand our universe. In your essay, please explain 1) what important question would you like to answer as a scientist or mathematician, 2) why this question is important, and 3) describe how you would use science and math to answer your question. *
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