College Cost Reducation Access Act - $2,274,000
Developing a STEM Success Pipeline at Texas A&M University-
Kingsville and Del Mar College.
2008-2010 / $2,274,000
This grant ended in 2010.
The College of Education prepares professionals for positions of responsibility and leadership in a global society. Faculty and staff are dedicated to enabling students to attain high academic, professional, and ethical standards that promote student achievement and lifelong learning. The programs prepare students to be successful in their professional careers by integrating technology, valuing diversity, and promoting authentic applications of knowledge. The College strives to offer the highest quality in teaching, research, and service.
Enhancing Student Success in Engineering and Technology
Goal: To expand student awareness of career opportunities through undergraduate research and streamline the process of transitioning from DMC to TAMUK.
Enhancing Teaching and Learning in Engineering and Technology
Goal: To transform learning with technology by equipping Intelligent Classrooms and providing continuing and relevant professional development to faculty.
- Increased numbers of students will be retained, transitioned and graduated with STEM and engineering/technology degrees from DMC and TAMUK
- Faculty/staff capacity will be strengthened
- Instructional and academic support environments will be upgraded
- Student attitudes toward their learning experience will be positively impacted
Nierman Hall (above) & LAC Upgarde (below)
This page was last updated on: November 23, 2011