Join Dr. Doris Espiritu, City College’s senior advisor to the provost and Wright College’s dean of the Center for Excellence in Computer Science and Engineering, for a National Science Foundation HSI STEM Resource Hub Webinar titled “Diverse Pathways to Transition to a Four-Year Degree”.
Learn more and register at http://tinyurl.com/HSIhubWebinars
The National Science Foundation’s Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) STEM Resource Hub provides Hispanic-Serving Institutions with resources to help them build institutional capacity to increase Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) student retention and degree completion.
Throughout their fall and winter webinar series, the National Science Foundation hosts panels featuring current NSF grantees and principal investigators to celebrate and learn from them.
Dr. Espiritu is a co-principal investigator of a National Science Foundation-funded grant program with the Chicago Alliance For Equity in Computer Science (CAFÉCS), and she works with a team from the University of Illinois at Chicago to implement a United States Department of Energy project on energy efficiency.
Dr. Espiritu will be joined by Dr. Par Mohammadian of Los Angeles Mission College; together they will share their successful programs and offer ideas for future grant applicants.
Dr. Martha Desmond and Dr. Delia Valles will host. The HSI STEM Hub recommends participation in these webinars to learn from successful awardees, particularly if institutions are currently writing a proposal or are interested in grant writing.
The HSI STEM Resource Hub aims to grow the STEM think-force by advancing the efforts of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) to eliminate barriers to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathetmatics (STEM) student success.
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