The NSF National Resource Hub for STEM Education at Hispanic Serving Institutions will provide faculty and staff at HSIs with resources for building institutional capacity that will increase STEM student retention and degree completion (NSF Awards 1832338 and 1832345). The Hub is a collaborative effort between New Mexico State University (NMSU), California State University at Northridge (CSUN), and Dona Ana Community College (DACC).

The NSF HSI Program has tasked the Resource Hub with supporting the needs of faculty and staff at HSIs, especially those from institutions with little or no prior NSF funding, by providing assistance with grantsmanship and fostering institutional capacity required to support STEM education and research. In addition, the Resource Hub will facilitate networking and offer professional development activities that build and strengthen collaborations among HSIs.


Strengthen STEM student success at Hispanic Serving Institutions

Link to: GrantsmanshipLink to: Institutional CapacityLink to: Multicultural Awareness: DEI

STEM Pedagogy

Develop evidence-based STEM education initiatives

Latest Hub Tweets.

HSIs in the News.

HSI STEM Hub Events.

CSUN Virtual Jump Start Spring 2022

CSUN Virtual Jump Start

Jumpstart Virtual Workshop May 2020

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STEM Resource Hub.

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The hub provides a network and resources to assist with grant writing and administration.

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