EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF PRE-COLLEGE STEM EXPOSURE ON FIRST-YEAR ENGINEERING STUDENT SELF-EFFICACY

Micaha Dean Hughes
STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) outreach programs for high school students have become more widely available during the last decade in an effort to drive more graduates into the ever-growing STEM field in the United States. This study utilizes the Longitudinal Assessment of Engineering Self-Efficacy (LAESE) survey to investigate a possible relationship between specific pre-college STEM outreach programs and noncognitive predictors of success in first-year undergraduate engineering students. Students in their first semester of...
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