|STEM - College of Arts and Sciences|
The S.T.E.M. School seeks to satisfy the needs of five groups of students:
Students in the School of STEM have the unique fortune of being part of a systemic mentoring program. Hands-on research with faculty mentors allow students to gain valuable experiences unlike any other. At Dillard, it is not uncommon for students to have published works in leading scientific journals. Constructive research ensure students will be trained to succeed.
CONFERENCES, RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
Invitations for students to attend regional and national research conferences such as the Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM, are part of the Dillard experience. Paid summer programs and scholarship opportunities are also available, with generous stipends and assistance with housing, travel and accommodations. Dillard students are encouraged to apply for research opportunities at major institutions such as Duke University, MIT, Harvard University and Yale. Many Dillard alumni go on to Graduate and PhD studies at other noteable schools such as Fisk, Vanderbilt and many others.