From 2014 to 2019, Grinnellians have appeared an impressive 29 times on the awards lists for national competitions such as the Undergraduate Class Project Competition (USCLAP) or the Undergraduate Statistics Project Competition (USPROC). What’s the secret here?
Rachel Bass ’19 and Timothy Burnette ’19 were selected for their academic achievements. The award was designed to foster and encourage outstanding students to pursue careers in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering.
Jarren Santos ’17’s journey to a master of public health degree included an innovative science program, faculty-mentored advanced projects, a tour to meet alumni in data analysis and technology, off-campus research, and a cooperative degree program.
Kuiper will use the $300K grant, awarded by the NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education Program, to develop inquiry-based online games that simulate data-based decision making embedded in a research-like experience.
Grinnellians led conference sessions and earned awards at STEM-focused conference.