Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
The College of Menominee Nation offers several degree programs in STEM-related areas. STEM degree programs provide academic support for rigorous courses and networking opportunities for future schooling and employment. Below are the STEM related degree programs offered at CMN:
- Biological and Physical Sciences
- Computer Science
- Material Science and Pre-Engineering
- Natural Resources
- Sustainable Development
Interested in finding out more about Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) – STEM Program?
The College of Menominee Nation provides support to students interested in STEM related degrees. The STEM Admissions and Recruiting Specialist oversees the recruitment of STEM students and works with prospective students to complete the admissions process. After the student is admitted into the college and seeking a degree in a STEM related field, they are provided access to professional and peer tutoring, retention activities, and travel opportunities.
Allison Waukau, STEM Admissions and Recruiting Specialist, at email@example.com or 715-799-6226 Ext: 3291
STEM Scholars Program
This program is open to American Indian students – Enrolled and descendants
STEM Scholars is a program for new students interested in STEM related programs offered at the College of Menominee Nation. STEM scholars participate in a cohort, a group of students working together and taking the same classes, to provide academic support and ensure success. All students interested in STEM fields are encouraged to apply. Please contact the program director for application criteria and information. This program only begins in the fall term and runs for a two semester sequence.
Beth Wochinski, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-799-6226 Ext. 3265
Becky Zimdars, Academic Advisor, Keshena, at email@example.com or 715-799-6226 Ext. 3021
Rebecca Edler, Academic Advisor, Green Bay/Oneida, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-965-0070 Ext. 4002