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Van Noy, Michelle, and Matthew Zeidenberg. Vollman, Alexandra. Murillo, and Edmund T. There are over 20 million young people of color in the United States whose representation in STEM education pathways and in the STEM workforce is still far below their numbers in the general population. There are nearly minority-serving institutions MSIs that provide pathways to STEM educational success and workforce readiness for millions of students of color—and do so in a mission-driven and intentional manner.
They vary substantially in their origins, missions, student demographics, and levels of institutional selectivity. But in general, their service to the nation provides a gateway to higher education and the workforce, particularly for underrepresented students of color and those from low-income and first-generation to college backgrounds. The challenge for the nation is how to capitalize on the unique strengths and attributes of these institutions and to equip them with the resources, exceptional faculty talent, and vital infrastructure needed to educate and train an increasingly critical portion of current and future generations of scientists, engineers, and health professionals.
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