Students rev their engines for biggest heat of the year at Argonne’s Middle School Electric Car Competition

Fourteen teams from 11 schools, including seven schools new to the competition, gathered at Argonne to race. They also learned about teamwork, competition, engineering and problem-solving.

Argonne hosts See Yourself in STEAM event for students from groups underrepresented in STEM

Students from groups underrepresented in STEM discover world-class science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics at Argonne through See Yourself in STEAM event.

High school students working with Argonne and Fermilab qualify for the NAACP Olympics

Under mentorship from Argonne and Fermilab experts, six high school students went on to participate in the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics in Boston in July.

New physical science summer school offers opportunity for underrepresented college students

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science is piloting STEM summer schools at national labs. As part of that, DOE has awarded Argonne funding to pilot a four-week summer school for undergraduate students.

Brookhaven Lab and Boys & Girls Club of Shinnecock Nation Team Up for DIY STEM Program

The DIY STEM program aims to make connections between scientific principles and real-world application. The Native Adaptation also features history, achievements, and current news related to STEM applications in Native culture to increase youth interest in activities and future career aspirations.

From extracting DNA to networking: Students consider STEM careers at Argonne’s Hispanic/Latino Education Outreach Day

Students from the Little Village Lawndale High School Campus saw how Argonne scientists — many of Hispanic/Latino heritage — perform pivotal research during the 17th annual Hispanic/Latino Education Outreach Day.