The Academy’s Science Talent Search Program is now accepting research applications (deadline June 1). The Science Talent Search Program is a competition aimed at identifying high school students with the potential to become creative scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. It is sponsored and funded by the Indiana Academy of Science and is in partnership with IUPUI Earth Science Department. Click Here for more information and how to apply.
Applications are emailed to the Program Director, Dr.Gregory Druschell at gdrusche@iupui.edu.
 

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Are you an Indiana senior or junior scientist in academia or industry? A science educator? A graduate or undergraduate science student? A retired member of the scientific community? A science enthusiast?
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Annual Meeting

The Annual Academy Meeting, brings together nearly 500 Indiana, Midwest, and national leading and emerging scientists, graduate and undergraduate science students, science educators, and science enthusiasts, to share some of this nation’s latest developments in scientific research and science education. The 135th Annual Academy Meeting is Saturday, March 21, 2020, at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in downtown Indianapolis.

 

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Science Educators and Youth Activities

If you are a student or educator, this section is for you! Exciting changes are happening and we will have more details on this site in a few weeks. Please check back with us!
 

Science Educators and Youth Activities

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