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Exciting ways students and the community are connecting with STEM.

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High School Students: Publish a conference paper in a STEM field!

Pre-College STEM research based on scientific and engineering approaches

This special session focuses on promoting research among young and talented students, primarily high schoolers who have been conducting rigorous research and are interested in publishing and presenting their research outcomes in an IEEE conference. All manuscripts submitted to this special session will go through the regular review process and will be reviewed by at least two experts in the related fields. Submissions will receive constructive criticism about their research topics and judges/reviewers will give comments to help guide young students. This special session provides young researchers with opportunities in exploring the STEM fields. One major field that this special session will focus on is the applicability of computer science and quantitative modeling to different fields, but research papers regarding any STEM field is acceptable.

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Learn with the Wade Institute: 2022 Summer Professional Development

Join the Wade Institute for Science Education and our collaborating partners for a unique, graduate level course that will engage you in hands-on, minds-on, inquiry-based investigations and increase your STEM content knowledge! Connect with scientists, engineers, and STEM professionals, and work with educators at our collaborating partner institutions to explore real-world phenomena through standards-aligned, hands-on, minds-on investigations that you can bring back to your classroom. Earn PDPs and optional graduate credits.


See the Events listings for the individual sessions offered around the state. Or visit the Institute Webpage

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