OK-LSAMP STEM Scholars Program
Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
OK-LSAMP STEM is a consortium of universities and colleges within the state of Oklahoma developing programs and interactive techniques that will increase substantially the quantity and quality of students from currently under served populations of U.S. citizens (targeting American Indian, African American, Hispanic, Native Pacific Islander, and white-female-1st generation-college-students) receiving a baccalaureate degree in a science, mathematics, engineering and technology or directly related education fields (STEM). The successful initiatives will be implemented to create conditions that benefit all students in Oklahoma. Subsequently, OK-LSAMP STEM initiatives will increase the number of students prepared to enter graduate schools to obtain the doctorate in STEM fields.
GPA: Minimum 3.00 and up; full-time status; selections on competitive basis.
A stipend of up to $1,000 per semester could be awarded to those who are selected as participants. Also, participation without funding is available on a limited and conditional basis.
OK-LSAMP STEM Scholars Program activities may include:
- Recruitment of qualified and dedicated scholars for traineeships.
- Retention and scholastic enhancement through: skill-building, academic tracking, intense and close interaction with other OK-LSAMP student trainees and mentors.
- Community building by serving as a role model for other participants.
- Research opportunities through the mentoring component.
- Preparation for Graduate School.
If you are interested in participating in the OK-LSAMP STEM program, complete an application as soon as possible or contact:
Dr. Tim Hubin,
Campus Coordinator, CPP 204B