Mon. April 15, 2019 3:45 PM to 4:25 PM
Jackson, Marriott Crystal Gateway
This session addresses an assortment of efforts aimed at exploring the pathways of students. Topics will include pragmatic and theoretical dilemmas associated with cocurricular support, study abroad experiences of prospective transfer students, and the retention and graduation of women in engineering programs. In addition, this session will delve into the exploration of an alternative college screening admission process, the improvement of publicly available sources aimed at broadening participation, and the results of a grant aimed at increasing the number of Latinx students.
Ms. Karis Boyd-Sinkler and Ms. Cynthia Hampton
Indicators of Participation: A Critical Review of Publicly-available STEM Data Sources
Crystal M. Pee (Virginia Tech), Dr. Walter C. Lee (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Dr. Jeremi S. London (Virginia Tech), Gilbert Jew (Arizona State University), Teirra K. Holloman (Virginia Tech), Dr. Chaneé D. Hawkins Ash (Virginia Tech), and Dr. Bevlee Watford (Virginia Tech)