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Building a Dynamic University-Community College Partnership: The Second Decade of a Broad, Mutually Beneficial Materials Science Collaboration

  • Joshua B. Halpern (a1), Tito E. Huber (a1), Scott A. Sinex (a2), Scott D. Johnson (a2), Paul Sabila (a3) and Christopher Mbochwa (a3)...
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Collaborations between community colleges, non-research centered universities and research universities can enrich the flow of students into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors and careers. The nation is beginning to understand the importance of such interaction especially with under-represented minorities and those with disabilities. For over fifteen years our group has developed new ways to integrate these students and their faculty to the research culture. This will lead to increased diversity and inform research university faculty of the great talent that is latent in these underserved pools.

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6.Halpern, J.B., presented at the 2015 NSF DMR Directors Meeting. Available at: http://slideplayer.com/slide/7283264/ (accessed 16 November 2017).
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