Iowa State part of $10 million effort to encourage a diverse faculty in STEM fields

Iowa State researchers are part of a national alliance that won a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The alliance will develop programs that increase the diversity and effectiveness of faculty teaching science, technology, engineering, and math. Iowa State's part of the project focuses on working with community colleges to recruit and prepare a diverse group of graduate students for teaching careers at community colleges.

Lorenzo Baber, an associate professor in the School of Education and head of the higher education division is part of Iowa State's grant team, which is led by Craig Ogilvie, an assistant dean for Iowa State’s Graduate College and a Morrill Professor of physics and astronomy.

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