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Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering

The Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering offers a wide range of academic support and enrichment programs to encourage the persistence of women studying mathematics, science, engineering, and technology, and to assist women in proficiency and skill development in these areas. Project SUPER is an initiative that features summer residential orientation for entering students, peer and faculty mentoring, a course on research skills and methods, and paid research placements. The Douglass Project Outreach Program is a community service component that allows undergraduates to teach and assist in science classrooms and after-school programs at a local elementary school. Academic and career-related programs coordinated by the Bunting-Cobb Graduate Fellows are held in Bunting-Cobb, a residence hall for students in math, science, engineering, and technology.


 
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