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Felicia McInnis Nave Defies Boundaries for Women in STEM

This 2014 Emerging Scholar is not only a chemical engineering professor and university administrator, but she is also a vocal supporter of women and African-Americans in STEM.

The all-encompassing center consolidates various programs and STEM-related offerings under one roof to increase recruitment, retention and success.

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System Breakdown

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Number of minority faculty members in STEM education still waning.

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Summer of STEM

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Despite tightening budgets, colleges and universities push STEM summer programs.

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The university is combating the lack of exposure to resources for underrepresented minorities through a number of initiatives as well as a partnership with Miami-Dade Public Schools.

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Biology professor Kelly Mack was appointed to serve as executive director of Project Kaleidoscope — an initiative that focuses on building strong undergraduate programs in the STEM fields.

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Dr. Freeman Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, is one of five winners of the Heinz Awards and is honored for exemplary work in the human condition category.

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Engineering deans at many minority-serving institutions are among those calling for a new national initiative to help MSIs and urban public universities increase the number of engineers of color, whom they say are critical to the nation’s future economic growth.

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Due to its perfect pass rate on national exams for 14 straight years, an astounding achievement for any professional program, Grambling’s graduate nursing program has gained a reputation for excellence in Louisiana.

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A recent Huffington Post cites Excelencia in Education‘s list top 25 schools graduating Latinos in STEM fields.  Take a look and see how it compares to the Diverse: Issues in Higher Education’s 2012 Top 100 degree producers of Latinos in STEM disciplines.

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