Boys at Tulane in STEM (BATS)

Boys conduct chemistry experiment in a lab.

Tulane University’s BATS Program provides fifth through seventh grade boys with the opportunity to meet and work with role models in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Workshops developed and offered by Tulane faculty and Tulane student teams encourage boys to inquire, investigate, and discover in a science and engineering environment. Our goal is to open the doors wide and welcome young students to careers in STEM fields by encouraging creative thinking, promoting self-esteem, and increasing awareness of the opportunities that await them.

 

Are you in 5th-7th grade? Be a Boy at Tulane in STEM!

Next Event: Saturday, April 13, 2024
9:00am - 3:00pm
Hosted by Tulane Faculty & Students

Join us for hands-on learning and fun with all kinds of scientists and engineers at Tulane. Participants will visit three different labs where they will do workshops in STEM fields. Lunch (pizza), snacks, and a t-shirt** will be provided.

The cost is $10. Please do not mail checks or forms until contacted by email.  There are NO REFUNDS. Participants with complete applications including payment and forms will be accepted on a first come/first serve basis.**We do our best to accommodate requests for specific t-shirt sizes, but we cannot guarantee that everyone will get their first choice of sizes.

Would you like to register a group of boys for BATS? Please see our page for group registration for more details. 

Our Academic Year 2023-2024 events are sponsored by the generosity of The Bruce J. Heim Foundation, Shell USA, Inc, Entergy, and Papa John's 

Tulane is an equal opportunity educator that does not discriminate on the basis of sex.  Accordingly, sex is not an eligibility criterion, for participation.  Participation is open to youth without regard to sex.

 

We have a Girls in STEM (GiST) program as well! If you would like more information please click here.

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