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STEM Connection

Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

The shape of our future depends on scientists, mathematicians, and engineers who follow their dreams. So where will you be in the next ten years? Will you be a wildlife biologist making a difference in our environment? Or maybe a health professional, improving our community’s well-being.

Whatever future you imagine, our South Texas College STEM Programs can help you get there in an effective, comprehensive, and financially reasonable way. Through Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, we aim to continue providing the Rio Grande Valley and beyond with professionals capable of making a difference.

STEM News

March
30,
2021
| 13:47 PM America/Chicago
As many of the Rio Grande Valley community faced the effects of historic freezing temperatures and power outages during Winter Storm Uri, South Texas College’s Pre-Pharmacy Club took the initiative
February
23,
2021
| 14:18 PM America/Chicago
On World AIDS Day, December 1st, the South Texas College Biology Department held a live stream event called “Find Your Voice in the Battle for Health on the Border” led by Oscar Lopez and Armando
February
23,
2021
| 12:32 PM America/Chicago
UTRGV Biomedical Sciences and South Texas College added a new chapter by collaborating on the Bridges to Baccalaureate (B2BMED) research program. The program is supported by a $2 million National

STEM Student Spotlight

November
18,
2020
| 16:57 PM America/Chicago
“Give school more time. You shouldn't rush your education, and you should absolutely talk to your professors, especially when you don't know something,” he said. “A lot of professors tend to
September
30,
2019
| 12:42 PM America/Chicago
In Spring 2019, Larissa Barroso and Mariela Alvarado, biology majors at South Texas College (STC), worked on a review research project under the guidance of Dr. M.S. Zaman, a faculty member in the
September
05,
2019
| 13:14 PM America/Chicago
In the summer of 2018, South Texas College student Ernie Reyes did agricultural research with Dr. John Goolsby at the USDA CPHST Mission labs in Edinburg as part of the South Texas College STEP2