Institute for Accessible Science (IAS) Student ProgramsThe Institute for Accessible Science (IAS) was established at Purdue University through an NIH Director’s Pathfinder Award in 2010 with a mission to promote the inclusion and retention of persons with disabilities (PWDs) in biomedical science careers through practical laboratory experiences, assistive technology (AT) development, student and educator support services and research. We are pleased to announce two new programs to promote this mission.
IAS Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship ProgramThe IAS Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program aim is to provide talented undergraduate students with physical disabilities an opportunity to engage in biomedical laboratory research and enhance their preparation for graduate study.
IAS Graduate Fellowship ProgramThe IAS Graduate Fellowship Program aim is to enhance the inclusiveness of the graduate student body through the recruitment of students with disabilities as a result of their unique background, views and experiences by seeding their pursuit of graduate studies.
Discovery Learning Research Center
207 South Martin Jischke Drive, Suite 203
West Lafayette , IN 47907-1791
APLU STEM Education Center
- NSF GK-12
- Research Goes to School
- Robert Noyce Scholars Program
- Interns for Indiana
- Wilke Internship
- Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship
- Midwest Crossroads AGEP
- LSAMP Indiana
- ADVANCE PCFS
- Center for Leadership Excellence
- Center for Literacy Education and Research
- HHMI, Deviating from the Standard
- I-STEM Network
- Purdue Center for Serious Games
- 23OctDetailsUpcoming 2014 Conference: Transforming Institutions: 21st Century Undergraduate STEM Education
October 23 @ 5:00 PM - October 24 @ 9:00 PM Indianapolis, Indiana