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Mon August 5, 2013
WABE's Jim Burress on Project ENGAGE
Finding paths into the so-called STEM fields – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – remains especially challenging for minorities.
Researchers at Georgia Tech had the idea to help fix that: start small and “ENGAGE” them.
Through a program called Project ENGAGE, twelve African-American students from Atlanta schools—are spending an entire year learning research fundamentals and contributing to ongoing scientific research.
WABE’s Jim Burress is following them through the entire process in a series of stories on the program and we spoke to him about the series which airs this week during NPR’s Morning Edition at 6:35 and 8:35 a.m.
Project ENGAGE Part I: Orientation Day
Project ENGAGE Part II
Project ENGAGE Pt. III
Project ENGAGE Pt. V
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