HBCU STEM US
HBCU STEM Undergraduate Success Research Center
“To understand and tell the stories of HBCUs through convergence research for us, and the nation; thereby, creating a national legacy of excellence in STEM education at HBCUs.”
The ultimate goal of the STEM US Center is to understand not only WHAT academic interventions are effective in helping HBCU students succeed but also WHY they work.
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The first goal of the STEM US Research Center is to provide a national hub for broadening participation convergence research at 50 HBCUs.
Research projects will emanate from a core research hub consisting of three HBCUs (Morehouse College, Spelman College and Virginia State University), along with a participatory research model composed of 50 other HBCU participants.
THE ACADEMIC PIPELINE PROJECT, LLC
The Academic Pipeline Project, LLC houses a national database of academic pipeline programs, training, and enrichment opportunities that are beneficial for diverse K-12, college and graduate students as well as postdoctoral scholars and faculty.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, the new HBCU Undergraduate Success Research Center (STEM US) is led by social scientists, natural scientists, and computer scientists from Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Virginia State University. The five-year STEM US $9 million grant will be administered through Morehouse College. Students, faculty, and administrators from up to 50 HBCU’s will participate in the Center.