Junior high and high school students can explore the fields of aviation and aeronautics in weeklong workshops during June at the UI's Willard Airport, Savoy. Students in grades seven through 12 are eligible to attend any one of six five day sessions in either the morning or afternoon. The workshops are offered by the UI Institute of Aviation's department of aircraft maintenance technology. Workshops begin on June 6, 13 and 20, with classes from 8 to 11:30 a.m. or from 1 to 4:30 p.m. The $100 workshop fee includes all materials, use of the institute's flight simulator and a 45-minute ride in a university plane. Classroom topics include aviation history and careers; elements of flight; aircraft systems and operations; and instruments and navigation. Participants also will tour the airport, including the control tower, fire house and aircraft maintenance shops. Students may register for the workshop either by mail, phone or in person in Building Q-4 at Willard Airport. Advanced registration is required because class sizes will be limited. Scholarships are available. More information is available from Glenn Saccone at the Institute of Aviation, UI Willard Airport, One Airport Road, Savoy; 244-8622.