To what extent are demographic and academic background, commitment and support, early experiences and integration, and ï¬rst semester academic outcomes related to the persistence of First generation college students (FGCSs) based on major in physical sciences, engineering, math, and computer sciences (PEMC-STEM), other-STEM, and non-STEM)?.
Early Experiences and Integration in the Persistence of First-Generation College Students in STEM and Non-STEM Majors
This study was designed to elucidate
why students from backgrounds of
lower socio-economic status (SES) and who
may be first in their family (FIF) to enter
university continue to be under-represented in
This analysis focuses on differences in pathways to a science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine
(STEMM) profession between households in which no parent has a baccalaureate and households in which at least one parent has a baccalaureate.