Virginia-North Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation

Impact

Graduates

Number of underrepresented minority STEM field graduating with bachelor degrees.
During Year One of Phase III1 (2017-18), the total number of underrepresented minoritystudents graduating with bachelor degrees in STEMfields from VA-NC Alliance partner institutions increased 141% above the baseline4.

Baseline

873

Phase III  Year One

2,108

 

Enrollment

Number of underrepresented minority students enrolled in STEM majors.

During Year One of Phase III1 (2017-18), enrollment of underrepresented minority students in STEM majors at Alliance schools increased 135% above the baseline.

Baseline

5, 231
Phase III  Year One 12,314

 

Highlights 2017-2018

  • From 2007-08 to 2017-18, the number of degrees obtained by underrepresented minorities in STEM increased by 332%.
  • During this same time period, the number of underrepresented minorities enrolled in STEM disciplines increased by 255%.

 

Publications & Products

View our 2007-2015 Impact Report here.

View our Transitions Workshop White Paper here.

 

1. Phase III refers to the third grant awarded to the VA-NC Alliance from the National Science Foundation totals 5 million dollars over a period of five years (2017-2022).

 

2. The National Science Foundation defines underrepresented minorities as students who self-identify as: Black or African American, Alaska Native, Native American, Latino or Hispanic American, and Native Hawaiian or other Native Pacific Islander.

 

3. STEM = science, technology, engineering, and math fields.

 

4.  Baseline figures are calculated from an average of academic years 2010-11 through 2014-15 for the Mid-level partners.  These do not include the newest partner schools' data.