Program for Educating Emerging Researchers


diversify the STEM workforce

The vision of the Program for Educating Emerging Researchers (PEER) is to diversify the STEM workforce by developing emerging researchers from groups that experience marginalization in STEM. To achieve this vision, we seek 1) to educate undergraduate, post baccalaureate, graduate, and postdoctoral fellows who are enrolled in STEM and education fields at minority-serving institutions, in the science of broadening participation research; 2) To engage PEER fellows in hands-on experiences with center-funded research projects under the guidance of faculty/staff within the center.

Meet the PEER Spring Students

Ms. Briana Goolsby, M.Ed., Program Director 

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Student Research Fellowship

The HBCU STEM Undergraduate Success (US) Center at Morehouse College is searching for interested undergraduate and graduate researchers to participate in the Program for Educating Emerging Researchers (PEER). Undergraduates, Postbaccs, and Graduates from all academic backgrounds will be considered. Special interest will be given to those majoring in STEM and Education. Student researchers will receive a stipend for their participation. 

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