About IU Project STEM

Project STEM is an organization which allows high school students to be involved in research at a college level.

Photo 2013 IU Project STEM poster day
Photo Indiana CTSI 2013 summer program

Important Note: The IU Project STEM will not take place for the summer of 2017 but will be back for the summer of 2018. Thank you.

Welcome!

Welcome to the IU Project STEM website - a collaborative effort of the Indianapolis Project SEED and Indiana University Associate Professor Sharlene Newman (PhD) from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.  If you have questions regarding the program or how you can participate as a student, mentor, or fundraiser please email us at iuprojectseed@gmail.com  or call Dr. Sharlene Newman from Indiana University at (812) 856-1776 or Mr. Elmer Sanders from the Indianapolis Project SEED at (317) 514-3212

In its inaugural year, the Indiana University Project STEM program aims to offer university-level research experience to high school students interested in science and engineering. In this program, the student is teamed with a faculty mentor and a graduate researcher in order to make a true scientific impact during his/her internship.  While the Project STEM programs originally were Chemistry focused, the IU team of mentors is more focused on neuroscience, psychological and cognitive sciences.   Students are also given safety training, along with college and career tips and counseling.

High School students may apply to the program by clicking the Application Tab up top or click here.   We look forward to your applications and bringing young scientists to campus this June!