The Spring MSP STEM faculty and scholars' dinner meeting was held at Tuskegee University Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, on Thursday-February 7, 2013.  The scholars' program is managed by the Math and Science Partnership (MSP), a $10 million grant awarded by National Science Foundation.  One of the goals of MSP is to recruit highly motivated students to become certified science teachers.

Scholars were honored by some twenty faculty members of Tuskegee University, Alabama State University, and Auburn University and MSP Staff.  The dinner represented the beginning of a celebration of the MSP Scholar program's growth, and reflection of faculty and students working collaboratively on NanoBio Science modules.

Scholars shared their experiences, success stories, hopes, and their interest in becoming a science educator.  Also, they expressed the important influence their respective faculty advisor has conveyed from the start of the mentorship.

Carol Banks-Project Manager, charged both faculty and students to continue working on developing curriculum modules that will stand the test of time.