Think 500, not 50! A scalable approach to student success in STEM

  title={Think 500, not 50! A scalable approach to student success in STEM},
  author={William R Lacourse and Kathy Lee Sutphin and Laura E. Ott and Kenneth I. Maton and Patrice McDermott and Charles J. Bieberich and Philip J Farabaugh and Philip Rous},
  booktitle={BMC proceedings},
Background UMBC, a diverse public research university, "builds" upon its reputation in producing highly capable undergraduate scholars to create a comprehensive new model, STEM BUILD at UMBC. This program is designed to help more students develop the skills, experience and motivation to excel in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This article provides an in-depth description of STEM BUILD at UMBC and provides the context of this initiative within UMBC's vision and mission… CONTINUE READING

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