The State Engineering and Science Recruitment Fund (SENSR) grant will be awarded to four entities to help fund 18 projects designed to support the recruitment of women and minorities into these fields and to assist them in preparing for, or participating in, programs leading to an undergraduate degree in engineering or science from a university or college.
The projects are eligible for grant awards of up to $25,000. For the 2003-2004 fiscal year, approximately $394,920 will be available for distribution.
February 1, 2004 - August 31, 2004.
Northeast Texas Community College Foundation:
SMART Girls Conference and Organization for 7th and 8th Grade Girls
The Science Road Show and Summer Science Academy
Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering Inc.
Consider Every Option
Elementary Poster Contest
Introduce a Girl to Engineering
Mentoring and Enrichment Seminar in Engineering Training (MESET)
Middle School Poster/Essay Contest
Minority Introduction to Engineering (MITE)
Statewide Math/Science Competition
TAME Trailblazer (formerly EXPO-TEX)
Texas Tech Pre-College Engineering
UT Women In Engineering (WE@UT)
Texas Engineering Experiment Station Pre-College
Initiative in Engineering and Science:
United Engineering & Technology Magnet
Highland Highs Science & Engineering Core Magnet
YES Minority Science and Math Initiative
Minorities Introduction to Engineering and Science PAVAMU
High School Outreach Program (HOP)
Society of Women Engineers High School Conference and Junior High Summer Camp
University of Texas at San Antonio:
San Antonio Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP) 2004