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Georgia College wins STEM award


Georgia recognizes the pressing need for its workforce to be nationally and globally competitive. Georgia College is making great strides to advance STEM education by building a strong STEM community that increases the quantity and quality of STEM majors and teachers.  

Impact of STEM activities at Georgia College?

  • 29% increase of STEM and STEM education majors since 2007
  • 89% increase in STEM and STEM education degrees conferred since 2007
  • Drop in Drop-Withdraw-Fail (DWF) rates from 27% to 20% in introductory STEM courses since 2007
  • Over $10 million in external grants and gifts to mini-grant awardees
  • Dozens of presentations at professional conference and over a dozen publications related to STEM mini-grant projects
  • Outreach to over 12,000 K-12 students, teachers and parents each year from over 50 counties across the state


Call for Proposals - STEM Mini-grant Program

FY16 Request for Proposals - DEADLINE: April 20, 2015


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