STEM EDUCATION - Higher Education
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Minority Scholars to be Among Those Honored by AERA

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 29, 2016 AERA’s annual meeting—which has become the go-to place for scholars pursuing cutting-edge r Read more

Report: Many Black, Hispanic Science Majors Err in Choosing Elite Cal Campuses

by Lydia Lum |
Many of the Black and Hispanic undergraduates majoring in sciences at the two most selective Un [...] Read more

LSAMP’s Progress in Diversifying STEM Workforce not Exact Science

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 1, 2016
The program has produced 509,954 holders of STEM bachelor’s degrees among underrepresented mi [...] Read more

Disparities in STEM Degree Attainment Remain Key Issue

by Catherine Morris | February 29, 2016
Education undersecretary Ted Mitchell joined a roundtable conversation Monday on the role that [...] Read more

LSAMP Students Tackling Problems That Hit Close to Home

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 25, 2016
Bugs with a deadly bite. Waterborne pathogens that threaten our health. Bad breath and gum dise [...] Read more

Corporations Beginning to See Value of Supporting HBCUs

by Trevonne Thompson and Myiesha Taylor | February 24, 2016
Recent headlines have shared historic announcements by many leading corporations of their new c [...] Read more

Profile of Nation’s Innovators Doesn’t Mirror Those of Gates, Zuckerberg

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
Study shows more than a third of U.S. innovators were born on foreign soil, and a similar amoun [...] Read more

Changing the Political Rhetoric Surrounding HBCUs

by Brandon Allen and Levon T. Esters | February 22, 2016
Politics are an important cornerstone of American culture. [...] Read more

Expert Says Diverse Students Subjected to ‘Intellectual Apartheid’

by Lydia Lum | February 15, 2016
Zaretta Hammond, who is passionate about helping educators across all racial groups better rela [...] Read more

University of Kansas Endowment Using Crowdfunding

| February 14, 2016
LAWRENCE, Kan. ― The KU Endowment Association is trying to raise money for smaller projects a [...] Read more

Black Students Choosing Low-paying Majors

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 9, 2016
Although African-Americans have increased access to higher education, African-American students [...] Read more

Stanford Names Tessier-Lavigne as Next President

by Associated Press | February 4, 2016
PALO ALTO, Calif. ― Stanford University’s governing board has named a neuroscientist who le [...] Read more

Rookie Docs Can Work Longer Flex Hours Safely, Study Finds

by Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press | February 2, 2016
CHICAGO ― Surgery patients fared just as well when junior doctors worked longer than mandated [...] Read more

University of Missouri will Raise Stipends for Some Students

by Associated Press | January 28, 2016
COLUMBIA, Mo. ― The University of Missouri plans to raise its minimum stipend for some gradua [...] Read more

Carothers Uses Cellular Design to Advance Society

by B. Denise Hawkins | January 26, 2016
James M. Carothers, an assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of Washing [...] Read more
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