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Pathways to STEM success: The first year experience

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Liyah Reed, Furman STEM Scholar

Thanks to a National Science Foundation S-STEM (Scholarships in STEM) grant, Furman University has developed a cohort-based program for students who wish to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. The program includes an eight-day pre-college bridge component, a customized peer-based curriculum, enhanced advising, and access to research, study away, internships and other engaged learning tools. A short video, which appears in the 2022 STEM For All Video Showcase, explains the project further.

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