Los Angeles, CA – July 4, 2023 – Great Minds in STEM (GMiS) remains committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as promoting higher education for students, particularly those from underserved communities. The recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings impacting Affirmative Action, the LGBTQ+ community,… Read More »A Statement from GMiS on the recent Supreme Court Decisions
Great Minds in STEM seeks individuals to serve as reviewers for its 2023 GMiS STEM Scholarships. Volunteers are needed to provide thorough and independent scoring of eligible scholarship applications for a variety of merit-based corporate-sponsored and personal donor scholarships. REVIEW PROCESS 1. Virtual Review Reviewers will… Read More »Call for GMiS STEM Scholarship Reviewers
The GREAT news is that GMiS has already received scholarship applications climbing back up to our traditional numbers served! With greater demand, GMiS is working on awarding as many scholarships as possible! Together, we can make a difference, once stellar student at a time. The… Read More »Connect directly with GMiS Scholars & CAHSI Students!
Students majoring in the STEM fields can expect a full house of sponsors ready to hire at the 2022 GMiS Conference, October 5-8 in Pasadena, CA. The 34th Annual Conference will be packed full of opportunities to engage recruiters and professional engineers and scientists from… Read More »Over 100 Interview Booths Booked for the 2022 GMiS Conference!
Are you active on TikTok, Instagram or YouTube? Do you have a story to tell about your experience pursuing a STEM degree? Then this contest is for you! Create a 30-second video showcasing the STEM career you are pursuing, what motivates you to achieve your… Read More »GMiS Announces 2022 Student Video Contest
Great Minds in STEM salutes the venerable Sandra Evers-Manly, a longtime GMiS supporter and a champion and icon of corporate diversity and community empowerment, for a remarkable career at Northrop Grumman. Sandra will be leaving Northrop Grumman today in a long-planned departure after 40 impactful years. … Read More »GMiS Salutes Sandra Evers-Manly for 40 Years at Northrop Grumman
Now in its fifth year, the Artemio G. Navarro Scholarship is proudly awarded to outstanding graduating seniors from Bishop Mora Salesian High School in Los Angeles, California. These scholars intend to pursue a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)degree at a four-year university. The program is administered by Great Minds in STEM through the generous support of Salesian alum Mr. Artemio E. Navarro (Class of ‘68), who established the scholarship in memory of his father, Artemio G. Navarro.
Great Minds in STEM strongly encourages individuals or teams from underserved and underrepresented groups to apply for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) and the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity (ED) Inclusive Energy Innovation Prize, a… Read More »Call for Applicants and Reviewers – DOE Inclusive Energy Innovation Prize
For over two decades, Sandra Evers-Manly has built a remarkable career at Northrop Grumman. She joined the aerospace giant as an intern following her junior year of college at just 22 years of age. Today, she’s the Vice President of Global Corporate Responsibility and the President of… Read More »GMiS Salutes Sandra Evers-Manly
The Great Minds in STEM family lost a valued partner and champion of STEM education. Dr. Stephen M. Priselac passed away on Tuesday, December 21st, succumbing to debilitating injury suffered earlier in the year. He was 83. Dr. Priselac was the longtime Executive Director of the National… Read More »GMiS Honors the passing of STEM Education Pioneer Steve Priselac