A next big thing at IMSA is IN2, a $1.9 M, 6,400 square foot state-of-the-art innovation center. IN2 is designed to ignite collaboration and entrepreneurial activity among students, educators, business and the community to solve real-world problems, design prototypes and launch new ideas to advance the human condition. IN2 focuses on four areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and innovation: entrepreneurship education, teaching and learning, maker movement and diversity. A generous lead gift of $1M by alumnus Steve Chen ‘96 is enabling access to the community and inspiring innovation at IMSA, and in Aurora, the Fox Valley/Western Suburbs, Chicago and beyond.
IMSA Student, Marisa Patel-O'Connor gets her ariticle, "The Ideal Entrepreneurship Program for High Schoolers" published online at EIX.org, the Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange
The Ideal Entrepreneurship Program for High Schoolers by Marisa Patel-O'Connor
FUNshops are fast-paced, hands-on and integrative! IMSA Staff and high school students serve as teachers and mentors to inspire younger students and ignite their interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. FUNshops are offered for students in 6-8th grade, on Wednesday evenings, Saturday mornings or Sunday afternoons during the fall and spring.