(G-STEM) Enhancing Global Research and Education in STEM at Spelman College
The Enhancing Global Research and Education in STEM at Spelman College (G-STEM) project seeks to prepare African American women in the STEM disciplines to be globally engaged. This will be accomplished by the establishment of a G-STEM office which will work synergistically with other offices and departments on campus to establish formal international research collaborations and develop a structured mentoring program for STEM students seeking global research experiences.
This project will increase the quality and quantity of international research opportunities available to Spelman students, as well as enhance the mentoring process between STEM students and faculty. This project is funded by NSF’s Innovation through Institutional Integration (I-cubed) Program.
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