- What is TSA?
- Join TSA
- Events & Conferences
- TSA Directory
- For Students
- For Adults
UNITE is a four-to-six week, pre-collegiate summer program for talented high school students from groups historically underrepresented and underserved in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) areas.
Coordinated by the Technology Student Association (TSA) and funded by the US Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP), the UNITE program encourages and helps prepare high school students to pursue a college education in engineering. UNITE provides academic and social support to participants so that they have the ability and confidence to become successful engineers. More information about the AEOP can be found at www.usaeop.com.
UNITE sites are selected through a competitive process. Institutions seeking more information about the UNITE program should contact Hillary Lee, toll free at 888/860-9010 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The nine sites for the 2013 summer program are:
Alabama State University (AL), UNITE program contact: Dr. Carl S. Pettis
City College of New York (NY), UNITE program contact: Dr. Yuying Gosser
Jackson State University (MS), UNITE program contact: Dr. Francis Tuluri
Miami Dade College, Wolfson Campus (FL), UNITE program contact: Mr. Maxime Desse
Michigan Technological University (MI), UNITE program contact: Cody Kangas
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJ), UNITE program contact: Suzanne Berliner-Heyman
South Dakota School of Mines (SD), UNITE program contact: Travis Kowalski, PhD
Texas Southern University (TX), UNITE program contact: Marcia Robin
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (CO), UNITE program contact: David Khaliqi