Award - Biology and Environmental Science Training (BEST)

1562008

Award - Biology Opportunities and Scholarships for Success (BOSS) Project

1356248

Award - Biology Scholars: Literature, Laboratory, and Leadership Program

1259904

Award - Biology Scholars Program - Type 2

1022542

Award - Biology undergraduate Mathematics Attitudes and Anxiety Program (BioMAAP)

1612072

Award - BioScholars II: Supporting Women from Underserved Communities in the Study of Biological Science

1154143

Award - Biotechnology, Bioremediation, Math and Science (BioMaS) Workforce Collaborative

1458505

Award - Biotechnology In Practice Scholarship Program

0966085

Award - BioTiER (Biological Training in Education and Research) Scholars Program

1259702

Award - BOOST:Bridge Opportunities Offered for the Sophomore Transition

1505087

Award - BPRC Planning Grant: Nurturing Resilient Students and Teachers

1923754

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities - Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) provides support to undertake an institutional self-analysis and conduct research in preparation for a Broadening Participation Research Center. Broadening Participation Research Centers are expected to serve as a national hub for the rigorous study and broad dissemination of the critical pedagogies and culturally sensitive interventions that contribute to the success of HBCUs in educating African American STEM undergraduates. The BPRC Planning project at Virginia State University seeks to build a system of sustained academic enrichment programs that will allow students, particularly those who are under-represented in STEM fields, to enter a series of coordinated interventions while in elementary school and exit them when in college. While matriculating throughout the program, students will be given opportunities to use their skills and experiences to give back to their community. The focus of the interventions with each grade level cohort will also be to encourage the best and brightest to become Math and Science teachers themselves.<br/><br/>The Center for STEM Education is a multi-tiered teacher and mentoring development program for teachers and students at every stage of learning and readiness. The cornerstone of the Center for STEM Education approach is the preK-16 model that pairs HBCUs with local school districts.  The Center for STEM Education is designed to develop student interest, motivation, and persistence in STEM disciplines and to cultivate effective teaching and mentoring skills at all levels of development. This program will expose students, teachers, university faculty, mentors, education administrators, and community stakeholders to a variety of year-round community engagement and summer enrichment programing. The training is designed to increase the motivation and persistence of students in STEM disciplines and enhance the effectiveness of teaching and learning in those disciplines. The target audience are students from schools where most students routinely score in the bottom achievement quartile of state-mandated standardized tests. This project will mobilize a potential army of supporters with the same objective as the school system: increasing standardized test scores, particularly in math and science. In addition, this project has the added benefit of eventually developing well-trained math and science teachers that are willing, able and committed to work in those very school districts. The interventions at each grade level will also be designed to address the key psychosocial and cognitive factors that have been revealed by our research to impact STEM learning in African American students.<br/><br/>This award reflects NSF's statutory mission and has been deemed worthy of support through evaluation using the Foundation's intellectual merit and broader impacts review criteria.

Award - BRAID 2.0: Bringing Relationships Alive through Interdisciplinary Discourse

1022754

Award - BRCC to LSU Engineering Pathway To Success

1060423

Award - Breaking the Boundaries of Collaboration in STEM Education Research

1644470

Award - Breaking the Silo - Mathematics as a Common Language in Science

1458449

Award - Bridge Expansion Program

1154161

Award - Bridgemont STEM Scholars Program

1259270

Award - Bridges for SUCCESS (Bridges for Salisbury University's Connections to Careers for Every STEM Student)

0969428

Award - Bridges to Engineering Success for Transfers

0525413

Award - Bridging Our Students to Their Future

1356656

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