Broadening the Pipeline – Pathways & Persistence

Broadening the Pipeline through the Study of Pathways and Persistence is a partnership of Florida International University (College of Arts, Sciences & Education and College of Engineering and Computing), Howard University, Prairie View A&M University, and the University of Puerto Rico- Mayagüez to conduct emerging research in a large, empirical, collaborative research study focused on black and Hispanic engineering undergraduates. One of the keys to increasing the numbers of minority engineers—a compelling national concern—is an understanding of the pathways that the travel and the identity that they acquire on their way to becoming an engineer

  • Focus: Graduate
  • Contact: Masoud Milani,, Office of Student Access and Success/Center for Diversity in Engineering and Computing, College of Engineering and Computing. Leonard Bliss,, Department of Leadership and Professional Studies, College of Education.