Formalized in and evolving since 1989, the Student Inquiry and Research (SIR) Program serves as a model learning environment that provides a framework for students to conduct original investigations on compelling questions of interest, collaborate with other students and on-campus or off-campus professionals such as educators, researchers and scholars, and to share their investigation results through public presentation and publication.

Abstracts for completed SIR investigations are assembled into a document that is distributed at an annual investigations showcase held on the IMSA campus. At this IMSAloquium (formerly known as Presentation Day) students share their investigations with invited guests, SIR advisors, and IMSA staff and students.

2021 IMSAloquium

2020 IMSAloquium

2019 IMSAloquium: Student Inquiry and Research Program and IMSA Internship Program

2018 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2017 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2016 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2015 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2014 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2013 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2012 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2011 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2010 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2009 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2008 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase

2007 IMSAloquium, Student Investigation Showcase