The first event in the S-STEM Resource & Evaluation Center’s Capacity Building at MSIs Webinar Series focused on effective practices and innovations for fostering S-STEM student success at minority-serving institutions. A panel of current S-STEM grant awardees at MSIs will shared their insights and collectively explore topics related to evidence-based practices for engaging low-income students, and effective strategies for leveraging partnerships to enhance S-STEM scholars’ experiences. Audience Q&A occurred after the panel presentations.
Effective Practices & Innovations for S-STEM Student Success at Minority Serving Institutions
-Dr. Elizabeth Adams, Professor of Engineering and Technology, Cuesta College
-Dr. Mohammed A. Qazi, Professor of Mathematics, Tuskegee University
-Dr. Helen Turner, Vice President of Innovation, Chaminade University of Honolulu