S-COAM: Supporting Students in STEM Education – Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Jun 8, 2018 | behavioural sciences

A report by the US National Science Foundation found that the State of Pennsylvania ranks below the national average on the proportion of mathematics, science, and engineering degrees conferred to students. The Scholarships-Creating Opportunities for Applying Mathematics Program, developed by Drs Yu-Ju Kuo and Frederick Adkins at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, provides financial aid and a variety of academic opportunities to students in need.

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