MSEIP - B-CU Robotics Education and Research

Bethune - Cookman University received a Minority Science Engineering Improvement Program (MSEIP) grant from the Department of Education. The goal of this three-year program is to increase minority representation in STEM majors and careers through focused mentoring and research opportunities.

Integrating Machine Learning, Mathematical Modeling and Data Science into Robotics Education and Research

The term “robotics education” refers to a field of study that aims to improve student’s learning experiences through the creation and implementation of activities, technologies, and artifacts related to robots

Thanks to robotics research, our existing corpus of knowledge has significantly increased. Increased collaboration between researchers from various disciplines (engineering, science, arts, business, law, etc.) and consumers from a variety of market sectors (manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, consumer, civil, commercial, logistics, and transport, for example) is crucial to the future and significance of robotics research. This form of cooperation has the potential to make a substantial impact by solving challenges that end users are driving, in addition to elevating the state of robotics research.

Areas of Research includes but not limited to: 

  • Machine learning in Robots
  • Mathematical Modeling of Robots
  • Data Science in Robotics
  • Cyber Security and Robotics
  • Nursing Robotic application

MSEIP - B-CU Robotics Education and Research

The benefits of Robotics Education and Research

  • Scholarships/Stipend $5000 per semester (up to 3 years)
  • Cohort Model
  • Events, Seminars & Workshops
  • Co-ops, Internships & Research opportunities