The HSI ATE Hub subject matter, applied to ATE and technician programs, is clearly at the heart of what HSIs and Minority Serving Institutions need to tend to as part of supporting STEM student success. It conveniently brings together relevant resources that are also contextualized for HSIs.
Gain access to experienced mentors and helpful resources that will increase your capacity to obtain NSF grants, become a part of the growing HSI ATE Community, develop HSI faculty leadership skills, and improve STEM/ Technician Education Programs at your HSI.
A Collaborative Program with HSI KickStarter at ASU and Mentor-Connect that guides two-year Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) STEM faculty toward success with NSF grant funding in the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.
The resources in the HSI ATE Hub align to key focus areas critical to transforming STEM Education at HSIs. These include advising, mentoring and non-academic support systems; STEM academic support structure and systems; evidence-based pedagogies; equity, diversity, and culturally responsive practices; and research experiences and high impact practices.