Young Women in Bio Event Hosts 150 High School Students Interested in Careers in STEM

SCSU in collaboration with the Innovation Hub sponsored and hosted the Young Women in Bio event where high school students engaged with professionals in workshops spotlighting STEM fields including Biology, Earth Science, and Physics.

Southern Secures $3.2 Million NSF Grant to Supercharge STEM Diversity

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Southern Connecticut State University a five-year, $3.2 million grant designed to recruit, retain, and graduate students currently underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.

STEM Career Grow; Biopath Teaches Students

Benjamin Paquette – Contributor   As STEM careers continue to grow, demand for job-ready college graduates increased 17%, according to UC Davis. Bridging the gap in education and experience is the STEM Innovation and Leadership Lab located in Jennings Hall.       [...]

  • Biotech student Amelia Hoyt and Nicholas Edgington, associate professor of biology and biotech program coordinator

Digging into Biotechnology

Students enrolled in biotechnology — applied molecular and cellular biology — at Southern Connecticut State University get their hands dirty. No, really. Part of the required learning for the B.S. in biotechnology [...]

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New Haveners Seek Out New Careers – New Haven Independent
101 College, Route 34 Fill-in Ground Broken – New Haven Independent
Downtown bioscience development wins final approvals – NewHavenBiz
Amid Hard Times, Biotower Plan Advances – New Haven Independent
Biotower Plan Proceeds Despite Pandemic – New Haven Independent
Sister Biosciences Tower Comes Into View – New haven Independent