Illinois State University is pleased to host the 39th Annual American Chemical Society High School Chemistry Contest on Friday, April 15, 2016. In recent years, Bradley University and Illinois State University alternate hosting the event.
Illinois State University, Millikin University, and Pontiac Township High School have partnered to present the Celebrating High School Innovators Competition. High school students whose contributions are innovative, creative, or inspirational will be recognized and celebrated.
The Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conference is an annual, fun-filled day intended for girls in grades 5 through 10, and their parents and teachers. The conference is held on the campus of Illinois State University in Normal, IL. The Bone Student Center on the ISU campus serves as Conference Headquarters.
The Annual Illinois State University High School Research Symposium, sponsored by CeMaST, invites high school students to share their original work in science, mathematics, engineering, or technology (STEM) with an audience of ISU professors, ISU students, and other Illinois high school students.
High school sophomores and juniors will spend a week with ISU professors and other high school students from across Illinois working on various hands-on research projects. Limited scholarships are available.
Here you will find research opportunities available to high school students that are run by organizations not affiliated with Illinois State University.
Take the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Virtual Tour of Illinois State University and see the locations across campus that are involved in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics research, development, and education.