STEM Scholars at an etiquette dinner with College of Science & Engineering Dean Phil Hartman, Ph.D. and professor Ann VanBeber, Ph.D.
Scholars at an etiquette dinner learning proper dining behavior from nutritionist Anne VanBeber, Ph.D.
Molding Melanin Magic is a mentoring program established by STEM Scholar Kayla Thomas to empower and support minority females as they embark on their careers in the STEM field.
After a long day of studying, STEM Scholars had a relaxing evening at Topgolf, where they enjoyed quality time with each other.
Members of Molding Melanin Magic, a program that supports minority females in the STEM field.
Dede Williams from the Leadership Center equips STEM Scholars with new time and stress management strategies that are essential for every incoming college freshman.
The first cohort of STEM Scholars shows their Frog pride after experiencing a presentation by industry professional Xavier Madison. Madison shared his professional journey and presented the many different paths available in engineering professions.
Xavier Madison retuned to campus to speak to the second cohort of STEM Scholars. Scholars were able to see the type of work that the Tuner Construction Company undertakes by taking a tour of the construction site of the Amon G. Carter Stadium expansion project.