Spending summer working in the STEM field? It is important to make the most of your opportunity. Here are tips on how to maximize your experience.
Former child genius Ronald McCullough Jr. graduates from Clark Atlanta University two years early with a STEM degree after entering college at 16 years old.
If you are a current or aspiring HBCU STEM major these tips will help you navigating your college experience towards earning your degree.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management is offering paid 10-week internships to STEM majors at Minority Serving Institutions.
Four HBCUs were ranked in the top 200 research universities in the country based on a report published by the Center for Measuring University Performance.
The Jackson, MS native and aspiring software engineer Jordan Hubbard, a computer engineering major at JSU is an Apple HBCU Scholar.
Since 2006 Clark Atlanta University has produced the most Black Ph.D.’s in materials science than any HBCU in the nation.
STEM conferences provide opportunities for you to present your research, participate in competitions, attend workshops and expand your network.