N.H. colleges work to double STEM grads

05/8/2014 | New Hampshire Public Radio

Public colleges in New Hampshire hope to double the number of graduates in science, technology, engineering and math by 2025. Some faculty and administrators have been taking steps to make STEM courses more inviting, seeking to address high dropout rates and the courses' reputation for difficulty. Such steps include shared residences for STEM students, semester-long hands-on projects and smaller "studio" classes.

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