Posts tagged: STEM - Diverse

Arkansas College Grant Provides 2 years of Tuition and Fees

by Sarah Morris, The Jonesboro Sun | March 12, 2017
JONESBORO, Ark. — Kyler Daniels has not yet graduated from Walnut Ridge High School, but the [...] Read more

At Her Core, Zurita-Lopez All About Helping

by Reginald Stuart | February 7, 2017
Dr. Cecilia I. Zurita-Lopez, selected by Diverse as a member of the 2017 Class of Emerging Scho [...] Read more

Educational Reach of ‘Hidden Figures’ Soaring

by Reginald Stuart | February 2, 2017
Educators say the movie “Hidden Figures” is considered a surprise from Hollywood in that it [...] Read more

Program Provides Boost to Teens with Eyes Set on Engineering

by Associated Press | January 3, 2017
HONOLULU — A new public school initiative will allow Hawaii students interested in engineerin [...] Read more

Washington State University Seeks Funds for Engineering Courses

by Associated Press | December 28, 2016
EVERETT, Wash. — Washington State University’s efforts to boost enrollment in engineering c [...] Read more

Programs Focused on Diversifying Medical Pipeline

by B. Denise Hawkins | December 8, 2016
Special programs dedicate themselves to diversifying the pipeline in the field of medicine. [...] Read more

Building Support for Faculty Women of Color in STEM

by Loretta A. Moore, Deidre L. Wheaton, Evelyn J. Leggette, and Angela Mae Kupenda | November 29, 2016
It is critical for faculty women of color in STEM to have environments and networks that will h [...] Read more

More STEM Students Seek Experiences Abroad

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | November 14, 2016
Students studying subjects related to STEM are the fastest growing group of American students s [...] Read more

Study Underscores Bias Obstacles for Women, Minorities in Engineering

by Catherine Morris | October 31, 2016
A new study from the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings College [...] Read more

Study Finds Black Youth Interest in Technology Growing

by Catherine Morris | October 27, 2016
The majority of African Americans between the ages of 11-17 are self-reportedly confident about [...] Read more

No Surge Seen in High School Seniors’ Science Proficiency

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 26, 2016
Racial and gender gaps in science proficiency have narrowed modestly amid overall improvements [...] Read more

University of Michigan to Get $27M for Robotics Research

by Associated Press | October 19, 2016
DETROIT ― The University of Michigan is set to receive $27 million from a Chinese investment [...] Read more

Washington University Stops Intubation Training Using Cats

by Jim Salter, Associated Press | October 18, 2016
ST. LOUIS ― Washington University in St. Louis said Monday that it has stopped using sedated [...] Read more

At HBCU, Obama Encourages Students to be Agents of Change

by Gregory Clay | October 12, 2016
At a town hall meeting at North Carolina A&T State University, President Obama discussed natio [...] Read more

Algebra Project to Pave Way for Minority Students to Pursue STEM

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 26, 2016
The Algebra Project, a unique approach to teaching mathematics that was developed by civil righ [...] Read more