Braska Williams serves as the coordinator for the North Carolina Mathematics and Science Education Network Pre-College Program (NC-MSEN PCP). He has spent 13 years in K-12 working for Newport News Public Schools in Virginia where he served as a high school mathematics teacher, a teacher coach, the coordinator of a district wide STEM program for underserved populations, and director of two NSF funded projects. At NC State, his work involves working with underserved middle and high school students in STEM enrichment. He has been involved with several federal, state and privately funded grant projects that revolve around STEM enrichment for underserved middle and high school students. He has been recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity with an Inspiring Leaders in STEM Award. Braska holds an undergraduate degree in applied mathematics from North Carolina State University and a master’s degree in education from the College of William & Mary.
Preparing College Students for Jobs of the Future
North Carolina's university and community college systems are integral parts of preparing students entering today's highly technical workforce. Learn more in this Spectrum News In Focus segment.
NC-MSEN Hosts STEM Day
The North Carolina Mathematics and Science Education Network (NC-MSEN) Pre-College Program hosted a STEM Day to give students an opportunity to meet and engage with professionals from various STEM fields.
K-12 Outreach Efforts In Step With NC State
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