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HBCUs produced 46 percent of black women who earned degrees in STEM disciplines between 1995 and 2004.
HBCUs produced 25 percent of all bachelor’s degrees in STEM fields earned by African Americans in 2012.
In 2014, black women represented the highest percentage of minority women who earned bachelor’s degrees in computer sciences. HBCUs such as North Carolina A&T State University, Howard University, Florida A&M University, and Xavier University of Louisiana continue producing undergraduate STEM degree earners who pursue graduate degrees in their field.
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Alesia Wallace donated $100 on 12/23/2019
LaKesha D donated $55 on 12/3/2019
Keep up the good work!
Earnest Womack donated $250 on 12/3/2019
Onward and Upward :)
Dianna Weatherspoon Bey donated $25 on 12/3/2019
Val and Han donated $50 on 12/3/2019
STEM is so important. Empowerment of young girls even more important. Blessings.
Box B.E.N [Black Excellence Network] donated $250 on 12/3/2019
Continue to do great work
Marjorie Mann donated $50 on 12/2/2019
by Anonymous donated $250 on 10/21/2019
Danella Lang donated $25 on 10/2/2019
Love what you have accomplished with this organization and want to be apart of making sure it continues to sustain and grow.
Ansel T Johnson donated $50 on 9/26/2019
I celebrate your passion in helping young girls as I have a daughter!
Eye Love Smiles Eye & Dental Care donated $300 on 9/12/2019
Love what you are doing for our youth! Keep up the good work!
Candice Moore, OD, MHS donated $55 on 9/6/2019
Crystal G donated $100 on 9/3/2019
Alicia T donated $55 on 8/6/2019
Georgia Blue Foot and Ankle donated $100 on 7/18/2019
Jarrett Manning, DDS, MPH donated $400 on 7/16/2019
Jarrett L. Manning donated $100 on 6/3/2019
Georgia Blue Foot and Ankle, LLC donated $500 on 6/1/2019