As we step into the heart of August, a month showing potential and promise, we find ourselves reflecting on the recent collaboration with the talented minds at Morgan State University with the PI and Co-PI team members (Roni Ellington and Vanessa Dodo Seriki) who have achieved a significant milestone by fully engaging 20+ K-16 “Fellows” in the Maryland Collaborative for Research in Maryland (MD CRUSE) NSF-funded grant (ECR program) from across the state to define, research, and report on the landscape of “Urban STEM Education.” It’s an accomplishment that has filled all of us involved with gratitude and a deep sense of purpose. MNA was glad to be the evaluator of the grant for three years.
With this achievement as our foundation, MNA is now gearing up for the next exhilarating chapter: plunging headfirst into the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded National Research Traineeship (NRT) realm.
Join us on this exciting journey of learning, discovery, and collaboration that is destined to elevate STEM, STEM education, and interdisciplinary STEM research to newer heights.
Much more to come!