Monday December 5th in the Paul Robitson Campus center 225-257 Rutgers Newark Campus The final LSAMP meeting of the Semester will be taking place. It is open to anyone in the alliance with special Guest Tara Jordan-Mckinney
RSVP here Newark.GSLSAMP.rutgers.edu
hands-on research experiences in dynamic urban environmental systems. The site takes advantage of a vigorous multidisciplinary effort that involves near surface geophysics, urban geochemistry and urban ecology in northern New Jersey and especially, the New Jersey Meadowlands.
Please complete the application form and submit by February 20 if you wish to apply. Research Experience for Undergraduates
Diversity Programs in Engineering is a proud partner of the Upstate Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (ULSAMP) which formed to attract and maximize the potential of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students from underrepresented populations, specifically African-American, Latino American and Native American. CU LSAMP REU is a summer research opportunity that provides undergraduate participants with the opportunity to work with distinguished faculty and staff as well as network with others in their field of interest
For more information http://www.engineering.cornell.edu
11/17/2016Excellent Opportunity!!! OPEN-NJ Scholarship Program
Monclair State University is offering sholorships for the following programs for Spring 2017 Biochemisty, Chemistry, Physics, Molecular Biology, biology. Envirinmental Sciences, and related degrees. there are also Summer reserch Stipends avalible also.
Apply to the Graduate Program at Montclair State University
The Bridge to PhD is a master’s program in mathematics offered by the University of Pennsylvania. The goal of this program is to increase the number of PhD’s awarded in mathematics at Penn to members of groups that are traditionally underrepresented. This program is different than traditional master’s programs as students will be fully funded and prepared for direct entry into the PhD program. What the Program Provides: Tuition and fees, Health insurance , $25,000 stipend per year, & assistance with applications and job placement. Apply by December 15, 2016
Learn more: Here
NNJ-B2B is a partnership of five public, associate-degree granting Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) committed to assisting more than 900 underrepresented minority students in successfully transferring into baccalaureate STEM degree programs. To see highlights from each school, please follow the links below.
Passaic County Community College
Bergen Community College
Hudson County Community College
Middlesex County College
Union County College
Deadlines for undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships are quickly approaching. Apply NOW!
The mission of the Institute for Broadening Participation is to increase diversity in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce by increasing access to STEM education, research funding, and professional opportunities. The program places special emphasis on supporting individuals from underrepresented groups, including underrepresented minorities; women; persons with disabilities; first-generation college students; and students from traditionally underserved communities.
Please browse 77 different fellowship and scholarship listings here: PathwaytoScience
Or use our advance search feature to narrow down your selections:PathwaytoScience/programs
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The Rutgers University Clement A. Price Human Dignity Awards, administered by the Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes honors individuals and groups who have demonstrated extraordinary achievement and commitment to promotingand practicing diversity and inclusion at Rutgers University and in the broader community.
Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarship Program is open to full-time college students who are in their junior or senior year, or graduate students enrolled at an accredited college or university. find out more at www.brownandcaldwell.com/scholarships.asp
I am from the island of Jamaica. I migrated to the U.S in the year 2010. I finished two years of high school before attending to Rutgers University-Newark in 2012. In my second year at Rutgers I joined the Garden State - LSAMP. I have been working as a research student from the year 2013 after applying through LSAMP that led me to be employed by faculty in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. I aided in Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) research experiments for about four semesters. I am still currently a research student working with faculty to characterize hydrogeological properties of rock cores using geophysical properties. I wish to further my education in the geosciences specifically in geophysics and hydrogeology by attending graduate school.
I was born in Dominican Republic and migrated to Newark, New Jersey on October 2001. I was part of the National Honors Society and the ScienceNational Honors Society at Science Park High School and graduated in thetop 5%. I am a third year Honors College student at Rutgers University Newark pursuing an Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science. I aminterested in integrating my knowledge in environmental science to solvethe effects of anthropogenic pollution on our environment.
As part of the 25th Anniversary Year of Action, the Initiative made a national call for Bright Spots in Hispanic Education and announced over 230 during Hispanic Heritage Month. To elevate the work, including promising practices, of these Bright Spots and learn from their experiences, the Initiative is hosting a series of public engagements, via Google + Hangout over the coming year.