UHD in the News: January 15, 2015
"(Our STEM) graduates become programmers, analysts, engineers, K-12 and college-level STEM teachers and researchers. More than 40 percent of the approximately 700 alumni have pursued advanced degrees after completing their bachelor's degrees -these include master's and doctoral programs, in addition to professional schools, such as medical, dental, pharmacy and nursing,"
- Mary Jo Parker, director of Scholars Academy, as quoted in the Houston Chronicle article, "Women in science - STEM programs and higher education." Read more at Chron.com.