DIVISION OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS
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science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Division cultivates, nurtures, and increases the intellectual competency of students pursuing careers and advanced studies in biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics, psychology, and the health professions.
Students’ intellectual development and enriched learning experience are supported through rigorous and relevant instruction, exceptional learning, and state of the art research training through intentional pedagogy, impactful mentorship, and commitment to community service.
The STEM Division prepares students by promoting student engagement and success through a learning environment that supports and facilitates inquiry, discovery, and innovation.
In addition, the STEM Division develops an interdisciplinary curriculum that prepares students for advanced studies and future careers that build upon STEM disciplines. The STEM Division develops future leaders who are innovators and problem solvers, with a cultural and social conscious of global problems that affect modern society. Students who graduate with majors in the STEM Division influence technological, social, and political decisions that address critical global challenges.
Departments and Programs:
- Biology Department
- Chemistry Department
- Computer Science Department
- Dual Degree Engineering Program
- Mathematics Department
- Military Science Program
- Physics Department
- Psychology Department
- Public Health Program
- Software Engineering Program
reputation and outcomes
Morehouse is the #1 producer of Black male graduates in Mathematics among HBCUs. *
Morehouse is the #1 producer of Black male graduates in physical sciences among HBCUs. *
Morehouse is the #1 producer of Black male graduates in statistics among HBCUs. **Diverse Issues in Higher Education/IPEDS, 2021
Dean and faculty
Dean EDDIE RED
Dr. Eddie Red has previously served as Mathematics and Computational Science Division chair, department chair of physics & dual-degree engineering, a principal investigator for more than one Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration award, and director of the NuMaSS (Nuclear, Materials, and Space Science) Summer Enrichment Program for K-12 students.
SCHOLARS, RESEARCHERS, AND THOUGHT LEADERS
The STEM Division is home to faculty members from a range of disciplines who are well-regarded as experts in their fields.