The Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology (CeMaST) is hosting 65 high school students July 11 to 15 for the 2016 Illinois Summer Research Academy (ISRA) at Illinois State University.
Sixty-five high school students from across the state (and a few from out-of-state) will take part in the 2016 Illinois Summer Research Academy (ISRA), July 10-15, at Illinois State University.
Students from 20 schools across Illinois participated April 29 in the 15th Annual High School Research Symposium at Illinois State University.
William Hunter, director of Illinois State University’s Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology (CeMaST), will help to enhance STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education in Barbados, thanks to a Fulbright Specialist grant.
Illinois State University received an NSF grant of $1.4 million to increase the number of students from underrepresented groups seeking a STEM degree or teaching credential.
Illinois State University faculty from the School of Biological Sciences and Chemistry and Geography-Geology departments will lead a workshop for teachers on the impacts of climate change.
From June 21–26, the School of Information Technology was noisier and busier than any other week during our placid summers.
The weeklong academy allows high school students from the Chicago Public Schools to learn about mathematics, and a bit about themselves in the process.
Forty-seven high school students have been getting a taste of the college life this week at Illinois State through the annual Illinois Summer Research Academy.
Family Science Day 2015 will encourage scientific discovery through hands-on activities, challenges and demonstrations Saturday, April 11. The event is part of the weeklong Spark! Festival.