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Awardee:TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Doing Business As Name:Texas State University - San Marcos
PD/PI:
  • Shetay Ashford
  • (512) 245-2115
  • sa1137@txstate.edu
Co-PD(s)/co-PI(s):
  • Dana M Garcia ~000373635
  • Kristy Daniel ~000565760
Award Date:12/06/2017
Estimated Total Award Amount: $ 299,536
Funds Obligated to Date: $ 299,536
  • FY 2018=$299,536
Start Date:12/01/2017
End Date:11/30/2019
Transaction Type:Grant
Agency:NSF
Awarding Agency Code:4900
Funding Agency Code:4900
CFDA Number:47.083
Primary Program Source:040100 NSF RESEARCH & RELATED ACTIVIT
Award Title or Description:NSF INCLUDES DDLP - ACCEYSS: Association of Collaborative Communities Equipping Youth for STEM Success
Federal Award ID Number:1764404
DUNS ID:074602368
Parent DUNS ID:101405814
Program:NSF INCLUDES
Program Officer:
  • Bernice T. Anderson
  • (703) 292-5151
  • banderso@nsf.gov

Awardee Location

Street:601 University Drive
City:San Marcos
State:TX
ZIP:78666-4616
County:
Country:US
Awardee Cong. District:28

Primary Place of Performance

Organization Name:Texas State University - San Marcos
Street:
City:
State:TX
ZIP:78666-4684
County:San Marcos
Country:US
Cong. District:35

Abstract at Time of Award

The ACCEYSS (Association of Collaborative Communities Equipping Youth for STEM Success) Network and Model project, an NSF INCLUDES Design and Development Launch Pilot, at Texas State University is forming a university-community partnership between interdisciplinary researchers (ACCEYSS research team), faith leaders and other community partners to implement an innovative model that prepares underrepresented and underserved youth to pursue undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees. The inaugural ACCEYSS network will include Texas State University, San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District, San Marcos Youth Service Bureau, City of San Marcos-Office of the City Manager, Hays County Youth Initiative, the Calaboose African American History Museum, and several local faith-based organizations. Many historic advancements have been made through the efforts and activities of faith and community leaders uniquely poised to motivate and galvanize community-based action. A collaboration among these academic institutions, social/cultural organizations, and faith partners to work with the families and youth of underrepresented/underserved populations will be an essential asset for generating new perspectives and ideas for improving STEM academic and career outcomes related to broadening participation in the scientific enterprise. During this launch pilot, the ACCEYSS research team and network will collaborate to design and develop the ACCEYSS model as a culturally-relevant, blended-learning strategy that integrates online and in-person STEM enrichment activities (e.g., summer institute, afterschool clubs) that are aligned with the Science and Engineering Practices and Disciplinary Core Ideas Dimensions of the K-12 Next Generation Science Education Standards. The collective impact framework will be used to build diverse capacity, leverage asset-based community development, and sustain mutually reinforcing non-exclusive policies and practices for STEM diversity and inclusion. Additionally, in this launch pilot, a multifaceted design-based research approach will be utilized to support middle and high school students' interest in and pursuit of STEM studies.

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