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Activity #8- Strengthening STEM Graduate Studies

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According to the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and the American Physical Society (APS), Alabama A&M University remains a national leader in the production of African-American and female graduates in the STEM fields, at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  By focusing resources strategically we have been able to see growth in enrollment as well as improvement in the quality level of our graduates.

This activity seeks to increase the number of STEM graduate students at the Masters level.  Currently the university offers a Masters of Engineering degree in Systems and Materiel Engineering, and a Master’s in Biology, as well as Computer Science, Physics and Plant and Soil Science. By establishing this activity the university will be competitive with other regional universities in attracting talented African American students into graduate programs internally and externally.

Activity Director: Dr. Chance Glenn

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Telephone Number: 256-372-5560