A new $30 million Innovation Hub and Community Makerspace is coming to Illinois State.
The Illinois Summer Research Academy (ISRA) is an opportunity for current high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, to spend a week with ISU professors, graduate students, and their peers from across Illinois, collaborating on various research projects in math, biology, chemistry, or computing and information technology.
The High School Research Symposium (HSRS) invites Illinois high school students to showcase their research projects at our 19th annual research symposium.
The Children’s Discovery Museum in Uptown Normal has long partnered with Illinois State University to offer children fun and enlightening learning experiences.
While their peers indulged in summer vacation, a group of high school students from across Illinois experienced research at the university level during the Illinois Summer Research Academy (ISRA).
Illinois State University is part of Celebrating High School Innovators, a program designed to encourage, award, and showcase innovative students from across the state.
The technology and engineering education undergraduate degree program in the Department of Technology currently has six students who are part of or have been part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at Illinois State University: Jarod Battisto, Joshua Katz, Caleb Scott, Ryan Buckel, Griffin Forberg, and Michael Bailey.
Rebekka Darner named the director of the Center for Mathematics, Science and Technology (CeMaST).
More than 200 students from across the state will take part in the annual ISU High School Research Symposium.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $4.6 million to fund NexSTEM: A Community Assets Program that Fosters the Next Generation of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Leaders.