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Recent News & Resources
Ruoh-Nan Yan Awarded USDA Grant
Congratulations to Dr. Ruoh-Nan (Terry) Yan, Associate Professor in the department of Design and Merchandising, and her team for receiving a $466,052 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture for the Higher Education Challenge (HEC) Grants Program. The grant...
Centering Equity in STEM: 2020 Virtual Noyce Summit
Centering Equity to Humanize the Process of Coming Back Together I have the fortune of being a part of the CSU Robert Noyce Scholarship program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The Noyce program encourages talented science,...
A History of Broadening Participation Within the National Science Foundation
This is post 1 of 5 in the Broadening Participation and Broader Impacts Series The terms broadening participation and broader impacts have been used extensively in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, especially within STEM funding solicitations and proposals....
Upcoming STEM Events & Activities
Women in Construction Management Summer InstituteHigh School Students | STEM, Engineering | On-campus
Construction Managers work in dynamic teams to take the designer’s vision and make it a reality. With one of the highest job placement rates and starting salaries of any major, a degree in Construction Management is an excellent choice for those who enjoy teamwork, solving tangible problems, critical thinking, and creating the world around them....More Details → about Women in Construction Management Summer Institute