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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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.