Reaching out to younger generations
Students receive awards of excellence at SWE National Conference
The University of Minnesota chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) accepted five awards at the 2017 SWE National Conference in recognition of their outstanding actions in K-12 outreach inspiring the next generation of scientists and engineers. Read more about UMN chapter of SWE receives awards for K-12 outreach.
University awarded $3.7M to boost retention of underrepresented students in STEM
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a $3.7 million grant to the University of Minnesota Twin Cities to further efforts to increase the number of students of color and American Indian students pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs of study and careers. Read more about UMN efforts to increase underrepresented students in STEM.
3M helps to cultivate diversity in the College of Science and Engineering
As one of the most engaged companies on the University of Minnesota campus, 3M is providing scholarships for students in underrepresented groups to pursue science and engineering in hopes of raising the number of diverse students in CSE. Read more about 3M’s efforts to cultivate diversity in CSE.
More than 30,000 school kids learn about science
Elementary school students were on campus to attend the Energy and U show to ignite interest in science and engineering, while teaching them the many science and technology challenges regarding our energy needs. Read more about CSE outreach programs attended by school kids.
Reaching out for science
CSE students are boosting middle schoolers’ interest in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects with an event called CSE Expo. Read more about how the CSE Expo boosts middle schoolers’ interest in STEM.