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About the Meyerhoff Scholars Program

The Meyerhoff Scholars Program is at the forefront of efforts to increase diversity among future leaders in science, technology, engineering and related fields. The UMBC Meyerhoff family is now more than 1300 strong, with over 1100 alumni across the nation and 281 students enrolled at UMBC. Over 300 graduates are currently pursuing graduate and professional degrees in STEM fields.  Read More >

Media Links

News Feature: Keeping Black Students in STEM

How to Actually Promote Diversity in STEM

Chan Zuckerberg Invests $6.9M to Diversify STEM – Using Meyerhoff Model

UMBC STEM Scholar Success Heads to the West Coast (WYPR 88.1FM Radio Interview)

Science Article on Meyerhoff Adaptation

Baltimore Sun Article about Gen Z Featuring Two Meyerhoff Scholars

New York Times Article on the Meyerhoff Scholars Program

President Freeman Hrabowski’s 2015 Ivory Dome Award Video

NIH Record – Meyerhoff Scholars visit to the National Institutes of Health


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