More about ARISE and the Center for K12 STEM Education here. Read testimonials from ARISE students, find fast facts about the program and learn about additional research opportunities for New York City high school students.
Did you know?
ARISE is a member of the NYC Science Research and Mentoring Program (SRMP), developed with initial funding from the Pinkerton Foundation. Our partner organizations in SRMP, including Columbia University, Rockefeller University, the American Museum of Natural History, City University of New York, and (many!) others offer additional research opportunities.
Based on their work in our labs over the summer, ARISE students have:
- Entered their work into the Intel Science Talent Search, Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology, and the Harvard BioMod Biomolecular Design Competition.
- Co-authored scientific publications in Smart Materials and Structures and Communications and Multimedia Security.
- Presented at the 15th Joint International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Conference on Communications and Multimedia Security.
What ARISE Students Say
“I have done some other research programs, but none provided me with the freedom that ARISE has provided… I got the experience of a life time.”
“Just the ability to make my own experiment and my own decisions felt amazing.”
About the Center for K12 STEM Education
The Center for K12 STEM Education extends the reach of the School of Engineering’s faculty, students and administrators to bring high-quality STEM education to K-12 students, teachers and their schools. Our creative hands-on projects and lessons align with articulated science and math learning standards, the new Common Core standards and emerging standards in engineering, technology, science, and math. Stay informed! Join our mailing list, and follow us on our social media channels.