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STEM Programing

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Schreiner University STEM Programs

Schreiner University strives to support academic and professional success. In an initiative to enhance academic and professional success Schreiner University applied and received funding from the United States Department of Education Title III, PR Award P031C160145 Grant. This grant serves many high-impact purposes to our students with a strategic focus on Hispanic and low-income students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields.

Those purposes include:

STEM Mountaineer Connect

STEM Mountaineer Connection – a summer engagement experience where incoming STEM interested students get early exposure to academic material, faculty in a variety of STEM disciplines, and undergraduate research.

STEM Learning Communities

STEM Learning Communities – two academic communities that have shared academic and extra-curricular experiences which serve a freshman living and learning population as well as a transfer student learning population. Learn more about the STEM Learning Communities.

Schreiner University STEM ZONE

STEMZONE – a new facility focused on STEM academic support programming. This facility houses common space for STEM majors and access to course based manipulatives and software. The programming from STEMZONE include STEM Success Coaches, Professional Academic Tutors, peer tutors facilitated from the Center for Teaching and Learning, and “Just In Time” workshops to address student academic needs.

Schreiner University STEM ZONE

STEM Undergraduate Research – where students participate in faculty mentored undergraduate research. In this program students embark on a mentor/mentee program with ample discussion with peers and other faculty mentors about their and other’s work, how that research relates to the larger conversation in the STEM fields, and how to communicate the research to a variety of audiences.

STEM Faculty Development

STEM Faculty Development – a program to serve the embodiment of education where faculty are asked to engage in workshops, speaker series, andragogical modifications to curriculum and active teaching styles through mini-grants, and teaching circles to discuss most effective practices at Schreiner University and in higher-education at-large.


Miller, Kiley

Kiley Miller
Kiley Miller, PhD
HSI-STEM Grant Director | Professor of Chemistry
Academic Affairs
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