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STEM Center for Education and Engagement (SCEE)

What does the SCEE do?

Communities to Build Active STEM Engagement

The STEM Center for Education and Engagement (SCEE) is a part of CBASE, a $5.9 Million Dollar Department of Education funded project written by CSU-Pueblo faculty and staff.  The basis of the grant is to increase the number of Hispanic, low-income, and underserved populations of students earning degrees at CSU-Pueblo in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) disciplines through the development of new curriculum, centers for learning and engagement, and model transfer and articulation agreements.

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Tina Moore at or 719.549.2787

The STEM Center for Education and Engagement focuses on the following:

The SCEE will provide opportunities to conduct experiential education projects within their communities.

The SCEE will curate STEM communities by compiling databank of information on STEM related activities and opportunities. The SCEE will connect students, faculty, and students to their STEM community.

The SCEE will create a STEM student databank from survey data to determine the needs of STEM students to personalize services.

The SCEE will build professional STEM communities (organizations, activities, certifications, professional development opportunities, bridging gaps, speakers, videos).

The SCEE will work with faculty on course redesign during summer sessions.

The SCEE will work with other STEM entities to provide opportunities to STEM students.

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New Summer School Opportunities

Summer School Opportunities
  • Increased work-study jobs and Pell Grants
  • Housing and out-of-state tuition discounts
  • More online and face-to-face Gen Ed courses
  • See your advisor to enroll today!

Tina Moore, SCEE Director

STEM Center for Education and Engagement

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