The twenty-one students who presented their Independent Study projects on Thursday evening were an energetic and enthusiastic group. They were also masters of their topics, which ranged from philosophical questions about free will to scientific explorations of symbiotic relationships between hydroponic plants and goldfish. Click here to learn more.
Students in Ms. Loose-Brown's Advanced Biology class took advantage of a full moon recently and hiked trails behind campus without artificial lights as part of a field ecology unit. Click here to learn more.
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.
Aviation Science students traveled to Bradley International Airport this week to tour the FAA Control Tower and TRACON, the regional Radar Approach Control facility. They also visited Bombardier Aerospace, the world's third largest civil aircraft manufacturer. Click here to learn more.
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.