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STEM Faculty Land Grant to Recruit, Retain Underrepresented Students

April 11, 2017
  

Four Syracuse University professors, led by John Tillotson, associate professor and department chair of science teaching, have received a three-year, $999,719 National Science Foundation grant to support recruitment and retention of underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The funding will be used to launch a new program called “The Strategic Undergraduate STEM Talent Acceleration Initiative,” as well as research the program’s effectiveness.

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