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What is STEM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
To better understand why STEM is important, please visit the sites listed below.

Why Study STEM?

Peer Leader Cleo Kirkton “I have always loved participating in [STEM] classes and activities. For me, science and math are like mysteries that you get to solve as you learn how to do it. I love the concreteness of the answers.”
Peer Leader Jill Snyder “I was drawn to a STEM major because I had a science teacher in eighth grade that was really encouraging when it came to do work in that class. He was the first one that made me realize that I was good at science. I also want to be able to help people and STEM seemed like a good way to be able to do that.”
Peer Leader Cordelia Vincent “The thing about STEM that intrigued me was that it is about learning to think a different way. Scientists are very well-organized and while first getting into STEM might seem challenging, the longer you study, the more logical and organized everything is to you.”

STEM Majors

STEM in Pre-Professional Programs

STEM in Health Sciences (Nursing, OT, PT)

Careers in STEM