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HBCU Research on the Science of Teaching and Learning

Welcome HBCU Faculty! This is your space, where scholars are nurtured and your scholarship is valued.  Here you will find resources developed to fulfill the mission of the HBCU STEM Undergraduate Success Research Center.

The HBCU STEM-US Center, is a collaborative research effort led by faculty from Morehouse College, Spelman College and Virginia State University.  The Center answers fundamental questions about STEM intervention efforts at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The mission of the Center is to examine "What works at HBCUs and Why?"


Dr. Jessye Talley

Morgan State University

Assistant Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering


Dr. Jessye Talley

Supporting Doctoral Candidates' Social-Emotional Growth at Sister Scholars


Today we share the story of Dr. Jessye Talley, an assistant professor for the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Morgan State University. Through her own experience in a doctoral program, she has been inspired to support others throughout their doctoral paths. As the founder of Enginaire Culture and co-founder of Sister Scholars, Dr. Talley is giving back to her community and ensuring that the social-emotional needs, as well as scholarship needs, are met for doctoral candidates.

Follow Dr. Talley's story and her incredible work through the following accounts:


You will meet many STEM and educational leaders and change-makers like Jessye Talley at GlobalMindED 2022- June 22, 23, 24 in Denver.

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