The Efficacy of Community College Student Participation in STEM Research Programs Dr. Candice Foley and Ms. Nina Leonhardt Suffolk County Community College National Science Foundation DUE 0630944 New York State Education Department Project Number 0537-11-1095. Immigrants. Women.
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The Efficacy of Community College Student Participation in STEM Research Programs
Dr. Candice Foley and Ms. Nina Leonhardt
Suffolk County Community College National Science Foundation DUE 0630944
New York State Education Department Project Number 0537-11-1095
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Selected Research Projects
Student Survey Results
NSF- S-STEM Student Demographics
SCCC STEM Student Cohort Majors 2009-10
Community college student researchers perform better academically than their peers who choose a more traditional path.
Success in STEM encourages increased success = persistence.
Therefore, our objective is to increase the number of students participating in our complementary programs and research opportunities. More funding!
Will the findings presented here hold across a larger sample size over a longer period of time?
Findings: SCCC STEM Cohort GPA vs.
SCCC STEM GPA
Cohort data vs. SCCC STEM student data for students who are not part of our research programs.