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Press Release 07-125
Program Provides Blueprint for Recruiting Minorities to Science and Engineering

Latest data and follow-on projects bring successful strategies used by the Model Institutions for Excellence to other institutions

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Student looks into microscope as other students in lab look on.

Universidad Metropolitana in Puerto Rico (UMET) has been one of the NSF-funded Model Institutions for Excellence for more than 11 years. Faculty research mentors help both high school and undergraduate science students acquire scientific knowledge and skills while disseminating their research results among members of the wider university community.

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Bowie State University's MIE project provides students with access to faculty role models, peer mentors and learning teams, and faculty mentors who work with students on research projects.

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