The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is designed to support students and give them the tools they need to succeed with their academic and career goals. The aim is to increase the number of degrees earned by underrepresented minority (URM) students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors. Are you LSAMP eligible? Find out HERE.
Let LSAMP fund your student researcher for summer 2015
The LSAMP Research Experience for Undergraduates (LSAMP REU) is a unique experience for students to be paired with a faculty mentor for 10 weeks. LSAMP is now accepting applications from faculty mentors. LSAMP will pair you up with a student to provide research in your lab this summer. LSAMP provides the funding for the student, all you have to do is be a mentor!
Apply here for to become a faculty mentor this summer.
Want a job performing research this summer?
Boise State Scholars Program provides students with unique funded opportunities exclusively for LSAMP eligible students to gain research experience with a faculty mentor.
The program provides you with a stipend while you gain valuable research experience for 10 weeks this summer.
The dates for the 2015 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) are May 26 – July 31.
This is an amazing experience to be involved in research at Boise State University while only working part time, (20 hrs/week). For more information view the LSAMP REU flyer.Apply now for the LSAMP REU at
Upcoming LSAMP Events and Opportunities
Check out the STEM Student News page for resources like tutoring information, scholarship and internship opportunities, STEM related events, and more. New content is added often so check it daily!