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MAKERS

S-STEM

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MAKERS S-STEM

The Making to Achieve Knowledge, Excellence, and Recognition in STEM (MAKERS) project is a collaborative Consortium effort funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM program. The focus of MAKERS is to recruit financially disadvantaged, academically talented undergraduate students (MAKERS Scholars) majoring in STEM disciplines at six participating institutions in Alabama and provide them with the academic foundation and professional skills needed for STEM graduate school and the STEM workforce. Scholarships of upto $10,000 are available for qualifying students. The Consortium institutions in Alabama consist of Tuskegee University, Alabama A&M University, Auburn University, Auburn University Montgomery, Lawson State Community College and Southern Union State Community College). Oakland University in Michigan serves as the knowledge generation site for the Consortium.