STEMulate your life with TMCF
Although there has been an overall declining state within STEM education, HBCUs continue to remain as the number one producer of doctoral degrees of STEM disciplines.
To effectively promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, TMCF will continue to develop strategic partnerships and implement innovative strategies on college campuses to attract and retain STEM matriculation.
We desire to show students that STEM careers are not only the heartbeat of our nation’s vitality, but also an assemblage of comprehensive studies that apply to almost all industries. TMCF encourages you to navigate through our STEM portal and discover a rewarding life with STEM!
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|HBCUs tops in making African American STEM Ph.D.s
Inside Higher Ed reported this week that a new document from the National Science Foundation says that historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) educate a disproportionate share of African American women and men who go on to earn Ph.D.s in the STEM fields.read more...
AAAS Conference Says Broad Participation in S&T Education, Careers Drives U.S. Innovation
Support for research-minded students at the nation's historically black colleges and universities can help the United States remain competitive in the global market for science and technology talent, according to speakers at a AAAS-organized research conference in Washington, D.C.