The STEP program has two overarching program goals: (1) to increase the number of African-American and female graduates in all STEM field offerings at Texas Southern University (TSU), and (2) to effect measurable changes in the TSU academic culture.
The program is fully funded by Texas Southern University.
Dr. Bobby Wilson
Department of Chemistry
NSB Room 403L
The program provides an enhanced academic learning environment for the STEP scholars.
The students have access to the Texas Southern University Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Collaborative Learning Center. The center is equipped with desk top computers, printers, and a plotter.
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“A Model for Improving Graduation and Retention Rates for STEM Students at an HBCU”, Models for Success, third edition, (Wilson, B.L., Obot, V.D, Taylor, W.E.), Thurgood Marshall College Fund/Department of Defense, page 176-190, 2008.