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View Resource The Effects of a Four Week Summer Bridge Program

This paper describes the results of the pre and post mathematics test administered to student participants of the 2001 Summer Bride Program at the University of New Mexico. This program was sponsored by the Minority Engineering program at the university. Results showed that there was an increase in the initial math placement of approximately 43% of the students.

View Resource Learning Style-Based Innovations to Improve Retention of Female Engineering Students

This paper describes the use of multimedia course ware to help student learning and accommodate learning style differences. The course ware was originally aimed at improving the retention of underrepresented minority engineers but has been further designed to work with a variety of students. This paper focuses on the Spatial Reasoning project which is aimed at improving the retention of female...

View Resource Lessons Learned and an Examination of Preferred Learning Styles for Native American Students

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this archived presentation material from Sharyl Majorski of Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College. Specifically, the document shares the implementation of lessons learned from the 2009 and 2010 fellows institute. Project goals, specific observational questions, and the student learning process are discussed here. Users must...

View Resource Pacific Rim and Tribal Institutions: A Discussion about Challenges in Teaching Science

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this archived presentation material from Joni Quenga Kerr of Guam Community College. The presentation discussed the challenges of teaching science and math in the pacific region as well as to Native American students. Users must download this resource for viewing, which requires a free log-in. There is no cost to...

View Resource Development of Science, Engineering and Energy Programs at Sitting Bull College

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this archived presentation material from Gary Halvorson of Sitting Bull College. The development of science, engineering and energy programs at the college are discussed, including the Sunday/Summer Academy program for high school students and some of the programs of study for the college's students. Users must download...

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