Welcome to MIMAUE
The Maryland Institute for Minority Achievement and Urban Education (MIMAUE) is an academic association, an action-oriented collaborative, and an educational center. Its central goals are the improvement of minority achievement, the elimination of the achievement gap, and the improvement and reform of urban education.
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Institute Spotlight

2014 Mathletics Summer Program  Mathletics is a summer math camp for rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade mathematically talented and motivated minority males. Learn more..

2014 College Boot Camp
The summer College Preparation "Boot" Camp is designed to help rising high school juniors and seniors prepare for college. Learn more..

CACE Grants
MIMAUE was recently awarded two new grants to help fund the CACE.

College Persistence & College Readiness Grants
Since January 2014, MIMAUE was awarded two grants to support local high school and UMD students 


Current and Upcoming Projects

College Awareness through Career Exploration (CACE)

CACE provides a platform for students to make the connection between college attendance and career choice. Students participate in paid internships at corporations and companies within the local community, while participating in activities that provide them with skills and research opportunities. Learn more.. 


College Success Initiative

This program is designed to promote college retention, persistence, and graduation by serving as a resource portal to undergraduate minority students at UMCP.  Learn more..

Climbing Up, Reaching Back (CURB) 
This program seeks to increase biomedical and behavioral researchers (BBR) from minority and underserved communities.Learn more..



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