About the Student Research Conference
The annual Student Research Conference brings together students from NCSSS STEM member schools to share their research and network and collaborate with other STEM students from around the country.
June 10, 2021
Hosted by The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts
Join us for an informal but highly informative group of sessions where information is shared much more openly than anywhere else. Network with your peers and collaborate to solve similar problems, regardless of geographic location.
STEM students from around the country come together for a day of interactive learning and sessions facing STEM students today and tomorrow.
Join us for an informal but highly informative group of sessions where information is shared much more openly than anywhere else. Network with STEM student peers and collaborate to solve similar problems, regardless of geographic location.
Why Should Your Students Attend the Student Research Conference?
The NCSSS mission is to advance STEM education by providing professional development and networking opportunities for educators and learning experiences for students; to serve as a national resource for STEM schools and programs in partnership with educational, corporate, and international organizations; and to inform policymakers on STEM education.
The annual Student Research Conference provides an opportunity for students in STEM schools to come together and collaborate on learning. Participating in the Student Research Conference gives students the opportunity to present their original research and get hands-on experience with STEM technologies.
There is no other conference like this one for students in STEM secondary schools.
Who Should Attend the Conference?
The Student Research Conference is meant for students in their sophomore, junior or senior years.