Advanced Geometry students traveled to Mass MoCA recently to tour the Sol Lewitt exhibit. Renowned for separating concept from execution of his large-scale installations, Lewitt's instructions described different geometric forms to be interpreted and drawn by draftsmen. Click here to see a slideshow.
The Advanced Math/Science Research (AMSR) program was featured in the April 9 issue of the Litchfield County Times. Program Director Dr. April Burch talks extensively about Berkshire's cutting edge on-campus lab and the research students are conducting there currently. Click here to read the article.
Top math students continue to rack up the accolades in recent competitions. Ji Won Ryoo '14 finished second in a field of 31,000 participants, and three students finished in the top 2% on the American Mathematics Exam and qualified for the Invitational. Finally, the math team is again the top boarding school with under 500 students in New England. Click here to learn more.
Sam Cabot '13, lead author of an astrophysics research paper, was recently notified that his work has been accepted for publication by the prestigious Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. His research relates to understanding the physical processes of the hot interstellar medium (ISM). Click here to learn more.
Dr. Magnus Bergkvist of the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering spoke recently about his research on the development of nanoparticles for drug delivery and biotechnology. His presentation was part of the Advanced Math/Science Research (AMSR) lecture series. Click here to learn more.