Participation in the STEM PUSH Network will support the continuous improvement of your programming while creating a mechanism to benefit your students’ postsecondary pathways.
STEM PUSH was started to increase participation of Black, LatinX and Indigenous students in undergraduate STEM majors by addressing the high school to college STEM
By Talia Stol In order to change and disrupt systems, one must first “see” the system and one’s location within it, and then be able
PITTSBURGH – Three new communities will join the STEM PUSH Network, a National Science Foundation INCLUDES Alliance, to work for systemic change in post-secondary admissions.
A Collaborative Conversation with the STEM Push Network, Remake Learning and the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice We know the college admissions system is
Aaron Cortes works to give underserved students some of the advantages that privileged youth enjoy, things that he and many others who work with Northeastern
STEM PUSH is Working to Increase Numbers of Black and Brown Students Pursuing STEM The idea started as all good ones do — from a
When first taking over the role of Director for the CSU East Bay MESA College Prep Program in 2019, Janiene Langford was ambivalent about the
For Vince Stewart, the leader of the Bay Area STEM Ecosystem, STEM is not just a flat set of skills connected to science, technology, engineering
Rockefeller works to help ensure that more students can embrace science NEW YORK – Students who participate in Rockefeller University’s LAB Experience program may have
When Natasha Smith Walker first met Hakeem, she shook her head and thought to herself, “That boy looks very young and is really mischievous.” Hakeem