Much recent data on enrollment of U.S. citizens in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines shows a continuing need to enroll women and underrepresented minorities at the undergraduate and graduate levels. However, to increase enrollment of these students it is necessary to have an educational pipeline that prepares highly qualified students to enter college. It is also important to offer robust programs to maintain STEM students through the undergraduate degree and prepare them for further study or to enter the STEM workforce. This webinar will provide both strategies and funding opportunities to build and sustain a STEM pipeline from middle school through graduate studies.
- Identify a variety of grant opportunities that support STEM education.
- Describe strategies to develop a strategic STEM education pipeline at their home institution.
Pre-registration closes Monday, December 18th
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