RiSE: Relationships in Science Education

 The goal of the RiSE (Relationships in Science Education) project is to help Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) students achieve their academic and career goals and to increase the number of students successfully earning degrees in STEM fields. RiSE is an NSF-funded project and includes:
  • The RiSE Scholars program: A suite of student support services to improve retention in STEM fields of study
  • Curricular redesign across all STEM disciplines 
  • Outreach and recruitment to local high school students
On this website, you can learn more about the student support services available to RiSE Scholars, view the quarterly events calendar, which includes events for all STEM students, and find links to a number of STEM resources, including study aids, scholarships, and college information.
Students in the STEM Study Room.

Students at the Fall 2013 STEM Kick Off.

RiSE students at Monroe Hall for the 2013 Haunted STEM Lab!  

RiSE students at Town Hall Seattle for Physicist Max Tegmark's presentation!


Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. NSF DUE #1068399

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