About T-PAC

The Tuskegee Alliance to Forge Pathways to Academic Careers in STEM (T-PAC) is a collaborative effort among three doctoral granting institutions in the state of Alabama consisting of two Historically Black Universities, Tuskegee University (TU), and Alabama State University (ASU); a Traditionally White Institution, Auburn University (AU); and two supporting partners, AU’s Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning and AU’s Miller Writing Center. The focus of T-PAC is to recruit 18 first year doctoral students (T-PAC Scholars) at the three T-PAC Alliance institutions and assist them in their preparation through a virtual STEM doctoral education model.

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T-PAC Professional Development Meetings and Workshops

Did You Know?

  • Latinos and African Americans represent only 10% of STEM doctorates.
  • Persons with disabilities constitute only 2.8% of STEM doctoral graduates.
  • African Americans represent only 5.3% of STEM faculty at American institutions of higher learning.

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