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2001 Thirteenth Annual Imsa Presentation Day, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy Apr 2001

2001 Thirteenth Annual Imsa Presentation Day, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy

IMSAloquium Abstract Booklets

"Professional associations such as the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the National Association of Biology Teachers, the American Society of Microbiology ... have all featured the research work of MSA students through presentations and publications."


2000-01 Annual Report, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy Jan 2001

2000-01 Annual Report, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy

Annual Reports

This has been IMSA's work since we opened in 1986. Now, in our 15th Anniversary year, we are ready to further expand our statewide programming and to more proactively share what we have learned about what works in the field of mathematics, science and technology teaching and learning. The time is right, the needs are great, and the stakes for public education have never been higher.


Reaching For The Stars: Examples Of African American And Latino Imsa Graduates, Marti Guarin Jan 2001

Reaching For The Stars: Examples Of African American And Latino Imsa Graduates, Marti Guarin

Examples of Student Diversity

Searching for the secrets in the heart of the atom, or in the genetic code that makes each of us unique, IMSA's African-American and Hispanic alumni are extending the frontiers of science. They are achieving and contributing in many fields, engineering Illinois products, researching disease, teaching Illinois students, and improving Illinois technology.

The vignettes give an extended look at several alumni, and the snapshots give a glimpse of more. Here our underrepresented alumni tell how IMSA prepared them for academic and personal life, and gave them opportunities to develop tools for success.

Series Editor Cathy Veal, Vice President for ...