Showcasing and Supporting Student Academic Success
The Whalen Symposium offers students the opportunity to collaborate on research and creative works with their professors and with one another and provides a conference-like setting in which to present their work.
Held in April each year, the Whalen Symposium provides a rich sample of the wide range of student research and creativity. Enormous personal growth comes from working closely with a mentor to define and refine a research topic, gather information and evidence, and then write and present findings!
Academic Internship Programs and Summer Awards
Academic Supports for Students
This office is home to HEOP, CSTEP, CSTEM, and the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Program.
SAS works in partnership with IC students, faculty and staff to develop and implement accommodation plans.
Other Important Resources