The HSI STEM Sí Puedo project, in collaboration with the College of Engineering and College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, aims to close the achievement gap in STEM baccalaureate degree attainment for Hispanic and low-income students.
“because I am passionate about science, health, and how they work together in the human body. I want to serve our underserved communities and help combat against all health disparities. We can all make a difference in our community even if it is helping one person at a time.”
Promotor de STEM
“because learning about science is seemingly endless. Science challenges your mind to think critically about everything going on around you, and the more you learn, the more you question life’s complexities; learning about science is fascinatingly addictive.”