The National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools represents many of the top-ranked programs in the U.S. and around the globe committed to transforming science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education through schoolwide initiatives that include authentic research or project-based learning. NCSSS defines STEM schools as those that prepare students to be leaders in global innovation by engaging them in rigorous, relevant, and integrated learning experiences.
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Student Research Conference 2022
Saint Louis University (SLU) is proud to host the 2022 NCSSS Student Research Conference, June 23-26. Join us on the SLU’s campus in St. Louis, MO, with special excursions planned to show your students St. Louis.
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NCSSS Conference Health Protocols
In an effort to protect the health of attendees at the Professional Conference, NCSSS is implementing the following:
- All attendees must be fully vaccinated in order to attend the conference. Proof of vaccination will be verified by an independent third-party application by uploading a photo of your vaccination card.
- We will observe social distancing at conference sessions, such as seating six per table.
- NCSSS will follow CDC guidelines that are applicable at the time of the conference.
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