Supporting STEM

Thanks to the support of generous funders, SCIO provides financial and project support for a range of STEM-related activities at CCCU member institutions.

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Research on STEM and Diversity

SCIO staff and affiliated researchers have been conducting research on the status of STEM programs, STEM student enrolment, and gender and racial diversity in STEM among both students and faculty members at CCCU member institutions. We have also been investigating the challenges facing underrepresented faculty members in STEM. Find out more.

Supporting Structures

The CCCU and SCIO have received a $2.1 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation, with a further $256,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, to launch Supporting Structures: Innovative Collaborations to Enhance STEM Research at CCCU Member Institutions, a project designed to support and enhance STEM research among faculty and students on CCCU campuses. Find out more.

SCIO staff providing STEM support

Dr Stanley P  Rosenberg
Dr Pete Jordan
Dr Megan Ulishney
Madeline Linnell

Other researchers contributing to STEM support activities

Jeff Clawson

Matthew Walhout Vice President Natural Sciences John Templeton Foundation
With this new CCCU project, the John Templeton Foundation encourages faith-based institutions of higher-education to contribute to the vitality of mainstream scientific research, and to invite faculty and students to embrace scientific questioning and discovery as valuable activities for religious communities, and indeed for humanity as a whole.
Matthew Walhout, vice president, natural sciences, at the John Templeton Foundation
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