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Illinois Summer Research Academy

High school students have the opportunity to work on various hands-on research projects.

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  • Twelve Thousand Bombs

    Twelve Thousand Bombs: A Nuclear Weapons Seminar Series, takes a look at the realities of nuclear weapons in the present day. The next event is an overview of how the public can be informed on nuclear weapons issues and influence policy on April 17.

  • Illinois Summer Research Academy

    High school students are invited to spend a week collaborating with ISU professors, ISU students, and local high school students. In addition to contributing to valuable new research in STEM fields, participants learn tools and techniques.

  • High School Research Symposium

    Join us to celebrate your accomplishments in research! ISU invites high school students to showcase poster presentations at our annual STEM research symposium for an audience of professors and other high school students.

  • Noyce Conference

    Noyce scholars, project leaders, and project members connect each year to increase personal and professional connections while sharing the latest research generated by the NSF Noyce Scholarship program.

  • CeMaST Letter of Solidarity

    CeMaST stands in solidarity with those protesting racism and injustice, now and at all times. We are committed to providing equitable, anti-racist STEM education that allows all students to fulfill their potential in STEM disciplines.