We are please to welcome to giftedblackstem.org, a website dedicated to the dissemination of research on the academic success of African-American students majoring in STEM disciplines at HBCUs. This research will be used to identify Models of Success that can be replicated and used to understand the impact of programmatic and environmental elements that impact African American students’ success in STEM programs at HBCUs.
Student Survey - We are soliciting input from students in STEM disciplines at HBCUs on factors that impact your academic success. If you are a STEM student attending an HBCU, please complete the student survey.
Faculty Survey - We are soliciting input from faculty members in STEM disciplines at HBCUs on factors that impact the success of African American students majoring in STEM at HBCUs. If you are a STEM faculty member at an HBCU, please complete the faculty survey.
This research is currently being funding by the National Science Foundation Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP), Award #0714963. This research is a collaborative partnership between faculty from the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering at Prairie View A&M University and faculty from the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University.