CEDSOC, LIFGen, and Professor Karen Trapenberg Frick Win The STEM Partner Award
June 2, 2019
Photo Courtesy: Self e-STEM Facebook Page
Associate Professor of City & Regional Planning Karen Trapenberg Frick, College of Environmental Design Students of Color (CEDSOC), and Low Income/first Generation Students (LIFGen) won the STEM Partner Award. On May 4, Professor Karen Trapenberg Frick was honored along with Master of City Planning (MCP) students Dorry Funaki, Sharifa Taylor, Jessie Wesley, Letitia Carpenter, Shushan Tesfuzigta as well as Tara Montgomery, a graduate student in Social Welfare, and Adamaka Ajaelo, the Executive Director and Founder of Self e-STEM, for their work with the girls group, Self e-Stem.
The STEM Partner Award honors Sheroes and Heroes who give countless amount of time and energy, and are committed to promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to youth and young adults in the community. CEDSOC and LIFGen volunteered their time and expertise to the young women at Self e-Stem to provide insight in the STEM world and to show them possibilities.
To read more about the work CEDSOC and LIFGen do, click here