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  1. Felisha Herrera
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  1. Gabriela Kovats Sánchez
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  1. Victoria Rodriguez-Operana
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  1. Anthony Villarreal
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EDSYSTEMS: Educational Settings Yielding Science, Technology, Engineering, an...

NSF Awards: 1644990

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

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Community colleges and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), including Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), provide several pathways and linkages to the STEM pipeline and are key access points to postsecondary education for women and underrepresented racial minorities (URM), specifically African Americans, American Indians, and Latinos. Utilizing a mixed-methods approach, this study examines STEM pathways for URM students who began at community colleges, with a specific emphasis on URM students, student mobility and transitions across multiple institutions, and the role of HSIs. This video features digital narratives  of underrepresented students who have successfully navigated STEM pathways and contributed to the field through their unique strengths and cultural knowledge. Describing the faculty, staff, and programs that supported them, students highlight the critical role of institutional agents or those who were able to provide resources and opportunities to promote their success. 

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