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Faculty and Students Sustaining Progress and Forging New Pathways. Wanda E. Ward Ph.D. Acting Assistant Director Directorate for Education and Human Resources October 30, 2009 HBCU-UP 2009 National Research Conference. Value of Diversity in STEM. Inclusive Workforce

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faculty and students sustaining progress and forging new pathways

Faculty and StudentsSustaining Progress and Forging New Pathways

Wanda E. Ward Ph.D.

Acting Assistant Director

Directorate for Education and Human Resources

October 30, 2009

HBCU-UP 2009 National Research Conference

value of diversity in stem
Value of Diversity in STEM

Inclusive Workforce

If we engage the talent . . . of all of our young people in science and engineering studies and professions — we will . . have acknowledged the value inherent in talent and inherent in diversity.

National Science Board

Innovative Ideas

The creative engagement of diverse ideas and perspectives is essential to . . . transformative research . . .

National Science Foundation

Greater Economic Efficiency

Studies have shown that appropriate investment in preparing a diverse workforce yields substantial economic benefits to the nation.

Committee on Equal Opportunities in Science and Engineering

nsf salutes hbcus for their pursuit of excellence in stem
NSF Salutes HBCUs for their Pursuit of Excellence in STEM
  • 1998
  • HBCU UP - Cohort 1
  • Morehouse College
  • Morgan State University
  • Southern University

2009

105 HBCUs Nationwide

1837

78% of HBCUs

Received NSF Funding in the Past Decade

snapshots of accomplishment
Snapshots of Accomplishment

Human Capital

  • 30,000 STEM majors
  • 16,000 STEM graduates
    • 38% of graduates had research experience

Research Productivity

  • IGERT -Tuskegee
  • GK-12 -Savannah, Howard
  • GRF -Hampton, Howard, NC A&T
  • PREM -Tuskegee, Xavier
  • PAARE -South Carolina State, Southern U.
  • EEC -NC A&T
call to action
Call to Action

Increase the opportunities to participate in and benefit from federal programs

Active NSF Awards

ehr selected programs currently supporting hbcus
EHR: Selected Programs Currently Supporting HBCUs

S-STEM

CCLI

REESE

NOYCE

ADVANCE

  • Fort Valley
  • Southern U.
  • NC Central
  • Norfolk
  • Winston Salem
  • Hampton
  • Howard
  • Mississippi Valley
  • Xavier
  • Bennett
  • Morehouse
  • UVI
  • NC A&T
  • Southern U.
  • Florida A&M
  • Tennessee
  • Spelman
  • Norfolk
  • Hampton
  • Howard
  • Jackson
  • Tuskegee
  • Morehouse
  • Prairie View
  • NC A&T
  • Texas Southern
  • Southern U.
  • Tennessee
  • Shaw
  • Florida A&M
  • Morgan
  • VA State
  • NC A&T
  • Tuskegee
  • Johnson C. Smith
  • Howard
  • Hampton
  • Southern U.
  • Tuskegee
  • Tennessee
  • Alabama State
  • UMD – ES
  • Florida A&M

GSE

MSP

ITEST

  • Norfolk
  • Tennessee
  • Jackson
  • Tuskegee
  • U. of Virgin Islands
  • Morgan
  • Norfolk
  • Jackson
  • Tuskegee

RDE

  • Alabama State
  • Tuskegee

Sustaining New

Progress Pathways

r ras selected programs and divisions currently supporting hbcus
R & RAs: Selected Programs and Divisions Currently Supporting HBCUs

BPC

DBI

DMR

EEC

DMS

  • Fort Valley
  • U of AK – PB
  • U of DC
  • Morehouse
  • Prairie View
  • Norfolk
  • Hampton
  • Jackson
  • Winston Salem
  • NC A&T
  • Florida A&M
  • Morgan
  • Spelman
  • Delaware
  • Alcon
  • Hampton
  • NC A&T
  • Howard
  • Jackson
  • Lincoln
  • Tuskegee
  • UMD-ES
  • Xavier
  • Tennessee
  • Howard
  • Southern U.
  • Tuskegee
  • Jackson
  • Xavier
  • VA State
  • Prairie View
  • NC A&T
  • Sothern U.
  • Florida A&M
  • Spelman
  • Norfolk
  • Savannah
  • Hampton
  • Howard
  • Jackson
  • Johnson C. Smith
  • NC A&T
  • Texas Southern
  • Savannah
  • Benedict
  • Howard
  • Florida A&M
  • Spelman

IIS

  • Bowie State
  • Southern U.
  • Tennessee

CNS

  • Norfolk
  • Jackson
  • Tuskegee
  • NC A&T
  • Bethune- Cookman
  • Howard
  • Florida A&M
  • Morgan

GEO

SES

  • Savannah
  • Winston-Salem
  • Hampton
  • Howard
  • Jackson
  • NC Central
  • SC State
  • NC A&T
  • Morgan
  • Tennessee
  • Dillard
  • Howard

Sustaining New

Progress Pathways

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Tomorrow’s Teachers and Researchers

are our

Students Today

Norfolk State University

Jackson State University

Cheyney University

Shaw University

Howard University

Benedict College

North Carolina A&T University

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"Science is more essential for our prosperity, our security, our health, our environment, and our quality of life than it has ever been."

- President Barack Obama

April 27, 2009