MIT INSPIRE is the first national research competition for high school students in the arts humanities and social sciences. The competition is organized by MIT undergraduates. Participating high school students as individuals or teams of two will submit research reports in one of 13 fields such as history economics or philosophy. Approximately 100 finalists with the most exceptional reports will be invited to the MIT campus to present their research and compete for awards. Graduate students research scientists and faculty members specializing in each discipline will evaluate both the essays and the poster presentations. Additionally members of the public will vote for a favorite project for a community choice award.