SYSTEM is a Title III-Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Articulation, Department of Education, funded grant that seeks to increase the number of Hispanic students who attain undergraduate degrees in the STEM fields. SYSTEM's main focus is to increase the production of a continuous stream of highly competent and well-qualified scientists and engineers. This goal will be achieved through the vigorous and cost-effective implementation of a number of activities such as: tutoring, advising, mentoring, a specialized technical writing class, research experience, internships, recitations, workshops and financial assistance. Persuant to this goal, SYSTEM activities/services are categorized into three main areas: oureach, retention and graduation which are addressed as follows:
Outreach: With a main goal of reaching 6,500 area students including those from the local and surrounding those from the local and
surrounding school districts and LCC with instruments such as:
Retention: Improve the rate by 25% each year of the grant by performing the following activities:
Graduation: Improve the rate at which STEM students in undergraduate research and internship program graduate to 80% by:
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Serving Youth in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math at TAMIU (SYSTEM)
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Texas A&M International University
Laredo, TX 78041
For additional information, please email TITLEIII-SYSTEM@tamiu.edu or call (956) 326-3137.
| SYSTEM funding was made possible by the Title III--HSI STEM and Articulation Program of the United States Department of Education
Award #: P031C110118