The Houston-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Scholars Program (H-LSAMP) is a National Science Foundation funded program in the College of Science and Engineering at Texas State University. Structured as a community of scholars, H-LSAMP is designed to substantially increase the number of students graduating with baccalaureate degrees in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics, particularly students from diverse backgrounds.
The H-LSAMP formal program enriches each scholar’s university experience through faculty mentoring, undergraduate research and internships, academic and career conferences, peer tutoring, interdisciplinary learning opportunities, and individualized support. Scholars also form the core of the Collaborative Learning Center, helping fellow students in peer-to-peer collaborative learning.
How do I apply? Click here to learn how to become an H-LSAMP scholar at Texas State!
Application deadline for Spring '14 - December 15, 2013.
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Stephen B. Seidman, PhD
Dean, Texas State University College of Science and Engineering
Principal Investigator, H-LSAMP Scholars Program
office: Centennial Hall #201
Susan M. Romanella, M.A.
Program Director, H-LSAMP Scholars Program
Program Director, SPARK Scholars Program
Texas State University College of Science and Engineering
office: RF Mitte #4205