Upward Bound Math and Science

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Upward Bound Math and Science Program

6801 Press Drive
New Orleans, LA 70126
Phone – 504-284-5445
Fax – 504-284-5487


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Upward Bound Math & Science (UBMS) housed at Southern University at New Orleans, federally funded through the U. S. Department of Education to offer services to students at the target high school and in the Orleans target area. It is designed to strengthen participating students’ skills in STEM studies.  The program also provides knowledge and information to participants for successful high school completion and postsecondary education completion in STEM programs.

Some services provided by UBMS include academic counseling and advising, tutoring, mentoring, assistance in completing college entrance and financial aid applications, exposure to academic programs and cultural events, career guidance, scholarship assistance, financial and personal counseling.  The summer component provides a six-week non-residential, intense component for instruction in math, science, English, computer literacy, foreign language and other activities designed to prepare students for entry into postsecondary education.


Mission

Our mission is to provide knowledge and skills in the sciences to enhance post-secondary completion in STEM.


Participant Eligibility

Southern University at New Orleans UBMS Program is open to participants enrolled in Orleans Parish target school (Lake Area New Tach Early College High School) and in the Orleans target area.

Two-thirds of UBMS participants must be low-income as well as potential first-generation college graduates.  However, one-third may be either low-income, potential first-generation college student or student at high risk of academic failure. Equal access to educational resources and opportunities is provided to all participants.

The following criteria apply: 

  • Has an interest in STEM
  • A Student between the ages of 13 and 19
  • A potential first-generation college student
  • A Student from a low-income family
  • A citizen or national of the United States
  • A permanent resident of the United States
  • A student who has a high risk for academic failure
  • A student with a need for academic support

Staff

Dr. Shrylin M. Davis, EdD, CSW

Dr. Shrylin M. Davis
Director
Math and Science Upward Bound
College of Education and Human Development
Room 222/223
Office: (504) 286-5249
E-Fax: (504) 284-5487
Email: sdavis@suno.edu

Akeva Johnson, M.A.

Akeva Johnson, M.A.

Assistant Director / Academic Advisor

Math and Science Upward Bound

College of Education and Human Development Room 202

Email: ajohnson@suno.edu

Phone: 504-286-5370

E-fax: 504-284-5487

 


Tyrane West

Office Manager

Math and Science Upward Bound

College of Education and Human Development Room 222

Phone: 504-284-5445

E-fax: 504-284-5487

Vacant

Academic Advisor

Math and Science Upward Bound

College of Education and Human Development Room 207

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