|Title:||Meyerhoff Scholars Program records|
|Creator:||Meyerhoff Scholarship Program|
|Size:||5 boxes (5 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||This collection includes newspaper articles pertaining to the Meyerhoff Scholars Program; 27 VHS tapes of Scholar interviews and feature national news stories, as well as commencement videos and promotional videos; and transparencies showing pictures and articles used in the selection process.|
|Citation:||Meyerhoff Scholars Program records, University Archives, Collection 79, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
The Meyerhoff Scholars Program at UMBC began in 1988 as a way to provide financial assistance, mentoring, advising, and research experience to undergraduate African American males with a commitment to earn a Ph.D. in science, engineering, and mathematics. Women were admitted to the program in 1990, and then people of all backgrounds in 1996. The Program was established with support from Robert and Jane Meyerhoff.
Materials transferred from Meyerhoff Scholars Program office in 2008 and 2009. Accessions: UARC 2008-42, UARC 2008-43, UARC 2009-027.
Initial processing completed by Jeff Karr, 2014. University publications related to the Meyerhoff Scholarship Program are available under call number UPUB M8.
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Meyerhoff Scholarship Program
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Meyerhoff Scholarship Program -- Archives
African Americans -- Education
Science -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Technology -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Engineering -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Minority college students -- Education (Higher) -- United States