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HBCU STEMER is a virtual run/walk that can be done anywhere you like! Race alone, with a friend, or with a team. You can select the finisher thank you packet option you would like to receive. Whether you are an HBCU alum/student, STEM graduate, or just passionate about education, this run is for you! Come join the virtual HBCU STEM Education Run to support STEM education at these crucial institutions.

  • Get Moving

  • support black excellence

  • build connections

  • challenge yourself

choose your event

  • In-Person Event

    5K (or 1 Mile) Run/Walk

    April 07, 2023 - Huntsville, AL

    Starting At

    $25

    More Info...

  • Virtual Family fun

    1 mile run/walk

    Starting At

    $15

    More Info...

  • Most Popular

    Virtual 5K

    3.1 miles run/walk

    Starting At

    $25

    More Info...

  • Virtual half-marathon

    13.1 miles run/walk

    Starting At

    $40

    More Info...

Don't want to run... but still want to support?

previous events

  • 2022 Recap

    Thanks Everyone

  • runner smiling at the camera

    May 2022

    2nd Annual Education Run

    • 1 Mile, 5K, and Half Marathon Options
    • Runners from all over the country
    • $1,200+ raised for future black doctors of America!
  • 2021 Recap

    Thanks Everyone

  • women holding the peace sign outside

    October 2021

    Women in STEM Walkathon

    • Over 500 Miles
    • 1st Place: Sakinah S. with 120 Miles
    • Over $1000 raised for graduating seniors
  • Picture of Constance who completed here first half marathon

    May 2021

    inaugural education run

    • 56 runners accross 13 states
    • Over $2,500 raised for STEM scholarships!
    • Math and Computer Science (MACS) support Scholarship established for deserving students at Oakwood University (Huntsville, AL)

frequently asked questions

  • What is a virtual race or walkathon?

  • How do I register?

  • When is the race?

  • Unfortunately, I cannot participate in the event, but can I donate instead?

  • What does HBCU STEMER and WiSW stand for?

  • How do I partner with HBCU STEMER?