A new report by the Center for Urban Education highlights the role institutional agents can play in increasing Latina and Latino student participation in STEM.… Read More »Developing the Capacity of Faculty to Become Institutional Agents for Latinos in STEM
Jul 02, 2012 Verizon Wireless and Samsung, together with the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics & Science, today announced the results of the Rule… Read More »Verizon Wireless Awards College Scholarships to Three John D. O’Bryant Seniors
Massachusetts high school students hoping to gain admission to the state’s four-year universities, including the University of Massachusetts, will need to take three years of… Read More »Board Adopts New Science Standard for Admission to UMass, State U’s
Check out this great video from Cara Santa Maria of the Huffington Post.
The Vertex laboratory, scheduled to open by early 2014, is the result of a novel $1.45 million partnership between the city and the drug maker,… Read More »Vertex to fund $1.45m partnership with Boston schools
The following article was published in the Boston Globe on June 11, 2012 UMass President Robert Caret will announce Monday afternoon at a Capitol Hill… Read More »UMass to announce program to double the number of minority students pursuing STEM degrees
Evidence Persists of STEM Achievement Gap for Girls – Curriculum Matters – Education Week Check out this article about the gender gap in STEM in… Read More »Evidence Persists of STEM Achievement Gap for Girls