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Selected Endorsements are due by October 26, 2018
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A letter of intent to participate in the 2019 STEM Exhibition is due by November 8, 2018

QED Math Symposium -
Information here
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2019 Regional STEM Exhibition information is here.

  2018 ISEF and IJAS Exhibition Results & photos are here.
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Photos of students DOING their research are here.
Welcome to the Website dedicated to the Chicago Public Schools Exhibition of Student Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics (STEM) Research. 
The 2019 theme is
2019 is the 69th year of the Chicago Exhibition of Student STEM Research.  The 2019 Exhibition will take place in Herman Hall at the Illinois Institute of Technology (Building HH on this campus map.) from March 18-24, 2019

This Web site is designed to assist the student in the development of a research project, an essay, or a symposium paper in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics (STEM). The information on this website will be taken from the 2019 STEM Exhibition handbook (available here). This information should be read carefully and thoroughly by the student and the teacher. Planning and selection of a STEM research project, the method of developing a scientific paper, and the adherence to safety requirements are explained in depth in this handbook.


If significant progress has been made on a  STEM investigation, the participant may exhibit his/her project at the local school  STEM Exposition. If successful, the participant may move on to a Chicago Public Schools Regional  STEM Exposition. From this level, the project may be chosen for exhibit at the Citywide Chicago Public Schools  STEM Exposition

A student researcher at the high school level may also submit a  STEM based research paper for evaluation and possible presentation in the Symposium. To participate in the Symposium, a student is not required to have an exhibit to display at the exposition, but he/she must conduct primary STEM  research as a basis for the paper.

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