Who can utilize ASIM? ASIM serves public high schools within the Regional Inservice Center areas. The equipment and laboratory activities are designed for students taking biology, chemistry, or physics. Troy University is the university hosting ASIM in the Southeast Alabama Inservice Region (Region 11 on the map). How can I get involved? Contact Max Miller, the Biology ASIM Project Director at TROY, at (334) 670-3798. How much does it cost? ASIM services cost the local school nothing. The State Department of Education and the host ASIM university fund ASIM. Teachers are expected to attend training workshops which provide valuable information and networking. This program provides the opportunity for instruction and laboratory activities that many students would never experience without ASIM. As a result of these ASIM opportunities, Alabama students should be better prepared for postsecondary education or entry into the work force. How do I apply? To apply, e-mail Max Miller at email@example.com.