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2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings
Minority/Multicultural Engineering Programs (MEPs) are popular approaches to supporting underrepresented students in engineering colleges, and are commonly found at large, 4-year, public, research-intensive universities. Despite the widespread adoption of MEPs, research has not yet fully examined the function of these units. While many researchers have investigated MEPs with regard to academic impact (i.e., change in GPA and graduation rates), we know comparatively little about how such centersdoi:10.18260/p.24494 fatcat:ilceoweehnbo7n22u4zf2kqyla