S-POWER: Student Pathways Opening World Energy Resources

Northeastern to launch innovative program in energy for underrepresented minority students

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity researchers have received a $5 mil­lion grant from the National Sci­ence Foun­da­tion to estab­lish an inno­v­a­tive schol­ar­ship and men­toring pro­gram that sup­ports col­lege transfer stu­dents from under­rep­re­sented back­grounds who are studying and doing research in energy. The ped­a­gogy North­eastern develops through the new pro­gram can serve as a national model for edu­cating and sup­porting col­lege stu­dents through the transfer process. Continue reading …

Northeastern University recently received a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation that could benefit Northern Essex Community College engineering science students.

Northern Essex is one of five colleges selected to partner with Northeastern on the grant, which is designed to support college transfer students from under-represented backgrounds who are studying and doing research in energy. Continue reading …

S-POWER Engineering Pathways for Transfer students from 2018 STEM For All Video Showcase