• Vol. 2 (2020)

    Each abstract in this issue was generated during fully remote research, driven by COVID-19 required closures. The work demonstrates the resilience and creativity of our ASSIP mentors, co-mentors and interns in their ready response to maintain accessible STEM research for its interns.

  • Vol. 3 (2021)

    Abstracts in this issue were the result of summer research completed in new hybrid formats, remote formats or conventional in-person formats. The research demonstrates the enthusiasm to continue providing research opportunities for STEM students throughout many states and countries.

  • Vol. 4 (2022)

    Abstracts in this issue result from mentored research in-person, or remotely (about one-third), or a hybrid. Through mentors’ resilience and creativity to provide research opportunities during the COVID pandemic, they maintained the remote and hybrid internship opportunities which provide equity, access and inclusive research for their interns.

  • Vol. 5 (2023)

    Abstracts in this issue represent mentored research by students participating either in-person (about 2/3 of interns) or exclusively remotely (about 1/3 of interns). All students conducted original, exciting research that they presented either in a live poster session or at a night of research scholarship conducted remotely. As the largest ASSIP class ever, nearly 300 interns strong, this 2023 cohort demonstrates our mentor's commitment to providing hands-on research opportunities to students who want to pursue their passions in science.