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HSSU SUMMER PROGRAM PREPARES STEM FRESHMAN FOR COLLEGE

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This is day one of a very exciting summer for students selected to participate in Harris-Stowe State University's rigorous five week pre-college preparatory program, the 2019 Science and Mathematics Academy.

Director of the Institute for Sciences and Mathematics, Dr. Tommie Yvette Turner is managing the residential program for incoming freshman at no cost.

The program is being made possible through the National Science Foundation Historically Black Colleges and University Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) Implementation grant.

Twenty-three incoming STEM freshmen were selected and are preparing for their academic and professional careers.

Free tutoring and other academic resources are provided during the summer program from June 23 through July 25, to help students transition from high school to college successfully.

The students will participate in weekly STEM field experiences to learn about various career opportunities.

The goals of the Science and Mathematics Academy program are to academically prepare incoming freshmen for introductory STEM courses, proper time management, planning, appropriate study techniques, and note taking skills.

At the end of the five week program and enrolling at HSSU, each student will receive a $1,000 stipend.

The Science and Mathematics Academy provides incoming freshmen with a sense of community and self-identification as STEM majors.

Each student began the summer program by receiving their official laboratory jacket and certificate of participation during June 23's opening ceremony.

Mrs. Nicole Adewale, co-founder of ABNA Engineering, Inc. and National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) member, served as the opening ceremony keynote speaker.

HSSU SUMMER PROGRAM PREPARES STEM FRESHMAN FOR COLLEGE

CHECK THIS OUT HORNETS:
This is day one of a very exciting summer for students selected to participate in Harris-Stowe State University's rigorous five week pre-college preparatory program, the 2019 Science and Mathematics Academy.

Director of the Institute for Sciences and Mathematics, Dr. Tommie Yvette Turner is managing the residential program for incoming freshman at no cost.

The program is being made possible through the National Science Foundation Historically Black Colleges and University Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) Implementation grant.

Twenty-three incoming STEM freshmen were selected and are preparing for their academic and professional careers.

Free tutoring and other academic resources are provided during the summer program from June 23 through July 25, to help students transition from high school to college successfully.

The students will participate in weekly STEM field experiences to learn about various career opportunities.

The goals of the Science and Mathematics Academy program are to academically prepare incoming freshmen for introductory STEM courses, proper time management, planning, appropriate study techniques, and note taking skills.

At the end of the five week program and enrolling at HSSU, each student will receive a $1,000 stipend.

The Science and Mathematics Academy provides incoming freshmen with a sense of community and self-identification as STEM majors.

Each student began the summer program by receiving their official laboratory jacket and certificate of participation during June 23's opening ceremony.

Mrs. Nicole Adewale, co-founder of ABNA Engineering, Inc. and National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) member, served as the opening ceremony keynote speaker.

 

Overview

The Division of Academic Affairs comprises the following Academic Departments:

The Anheuser-Busch School of Business

The College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Education

The Academic Resource Center

Institute for Science and Mathematics


The Division of Academic Affairs comprises the following University Departments:

The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center

Career Engagement and Experiential Learning

Office of Academic Success

• Retention Services and International Programs

• Student Support Services

The William L. Clay Sr. Early Childhood Development/Parenting Education Center

The Wolff Jazz Institute

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