The Bridges To STEM Careers(BSC) Program
The U.S. is in great need of a highly trained STEM workforce. To help meet this need locally, the University of Houston Clear Lake (UHCL), in partnership with San Jacinto College District (SJC), has instituted the Bridges to STEM Careers (BSC) Program, with funding from the National Science Foundation. The BSC program is focused on engaging activities to draw students’ interest to STEM fields, and show them how they can pursue STEM careers.
The BSC Program is open to all science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors at San Jacinto College and University of Houston Clear Lake. As a member, you will be given opportunities to interact with emerging technologies, get introduced to advanced projects at both institutions, and be directed towards scholarships and academic support. We look forward to seeing you around!
BSC Faculty Committee Members
Sadegh DavariPrincipal Investigator - UHCL (CV)
Sharon HallCo-Principal Investigator - UHCL (CV)
Krishani AbeysekeraCo-Principal Investigator - UHCL (CV)
Norm LieblingCo-Principal Investigator - SanJac Central (CV)
Jim MeeksCo-Principal Investigator - SanJac South (CV)
Nathanial WigginsCo-Principal Investigator - SanJac North (CV)
Nate Wiggins is a Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Engineering at San Jacinto College – North. He is the faculty advisor for the BSC Club at North Campus as well as the Math and Engineering Club and the Men of Honor Association. He holds a BA from University of Colorado at Boulder, MS from University of Houston – Clear Lake, and is currently in pursuit of a PhD from Texas Tech University. His research interests include robotics, mathematical modeling, stochastic modeling, and dynamical systems.