Curious Student Scientist of the Year
Do you have a student who shows strong curiosity and passion for the sciences?
BMS wants to know!
The Buffalo Museum of Science is dedicated to its mission of inspiring curiosity through exploration, and we want to know if you have a student who has shown a curiosity in the sciences and a drive to explore!
Due to the Mummies of the World exhibition opening on April 12 and the expected volume of museum visitors in the first month of the exhibit run, we changed a few things in our Curious Student program. Instead of inviting nominated students to visit the museum for free for one select weekend, we will award students with two general admission passes that can be used anytime before Labor Day 2014. This way, students and their families can use the passes at their leisure instead of battling the Mummies of the World weekend crowds.
The passes will be for general museum admission, only. Entry to Mummies of the World is not included.
We will also provide you with a printable certificate to present to your student.
All nominations must be received by March 14, 2013. Nominations received after this date will not be honored.
- Teachers may nominate one student per grade level taught
- Nominated student must be currently enrolled in grades K – 8
- Nominated students aren’t required to have exceptional grades in science, but they should display enthusiasm for and interest in the sciences.
To nominate your student, take a brief survey by clicking here. You will be asked for information about your nominated student, your reasoning for nominating him or her, and also about your experiences with the BMS as an educator. Answers to these questions will help us to create better school programming for years to come.
We will email you a confirmation of your submission by March 31, 2014 and the passes will be sent to you by the end of April.
For more questions or information, contact Amy Biber, Marketing and Public Relations Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.