Our changing world demands solutions that harness the power of technology and human imagination.
We have helped over 10,500 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics students with 259 embedded learning assistants and active learning classrooms.
Women in STEM
The Women in STEM Initiative aims to not only strengthen the current network of female students and faculty in STEM but also bring new members through outreach and other projects.
Promoting STEM Careers
Outreach projects like the High School Student Forensic Academy are bringing highschoolers into a university setting to learn about the latest forensic interviewing, screening and detection practices.
McNair Scholars Conference
The McNair Scholars Conference brought together STEM researchers from across disciplines including students who researched parenting behaviors associated with selective mutism in children.
In a workforce with a high demand for well-equipped STEM professionals, our education students have gone on to teach with a strong commitment to improving STEM education.
The National Science Foundation has provided $1 million in scholarships to financially support students in computer and information technology.
Be part of advancing teaching practices to foster innovation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-348-4349.