An Interactive, Student-Driven Program to Facilitate Scholastic Achievement in Computer Science, Engineering, and MathematicsASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings
AbstractThis paper describes experiences and lessons learned from a National Science Foundation-funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) scholarship program at Missouri University of Science and Technology. The principal conclusion is that it is imperative to the success of this type of program to provide a mechanism for frequently collecting feedback in order to prioritize and schedule activities to best meet the needs of participants.
Meeting Name2009 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2009: Jun. 14-17, Austin, TX)
International Standard Book Number (ISBN)9780878232024
Document TypeArticle - Conference proceedings
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Citation InformationJennifer Leopold and Daniel R. Tauritz. "An Interactive, Student-Driven Program to Facilitate Scholastic Achievement in Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics" ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings (2009) p. 14.203.1 - 14.203.8
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