HBCU Teams Up With the Army Corps of Engineers

The Unarmy-corps-of-engineersiversity of Arkansas Pine Bluff has signed an agreement with the Army Corps of Engineers to establish STEM enrichment programs. Under the agreement the university will participate in the Corps STEM Guest Lecture Series, Science Fair Expo, paid internship program, and the STEM Summer Academy,

BenjaminMary E. Benjamin, vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff, stated, “It gives the student a new ‘laboratory’ to work in, a new experience, scholarships, and the potential for shared research. It will bring about lots of good things for our students and faculty. It will help the students become more integrated into work areas that will help find them jobs.”

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