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Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation

Resources

Southwest Georgia LSAMP Alliance Instrument Directory (PDF)

LSAMP Purchase Request (Excel)


Fellowship Programs

Boise State University - NSF Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowship

Fellowship Benefits

  • Stipend of $32,000 annually, plus tuition and fee supplement, up to $12,000 annually, for first 2 years.
  • Continued funding support at unit level through to graduation.
  • Community building among Fellows.
  • Individual faculty mentors provided to Fellows.
  • Enriched academic and research opportunities.
  • Participation in annual PNEW SAMP Alliance Conference and Graduate Showcase.
  • Fellowship Website

Rutgers Graduate School/Newark - Bridge to the Doctorate Program (Garden State LSAMP)

  • Generous Support: Fellowships include $32,000/year +tuition for two years, with additional support for years three-to-five.
  • Academic & Research Support: Fellows receive academic and research support, designed to launch their careers as high-impact scholar-researchers.
  • Professional Development- Fellows receive comprehensive professional development and mentoring, designed to place them into postdocs and academic careers.
  • Contact Dr. Alexander Gates at: agates@rutgers.edu
  • Apply for Bridges to the Doctorate

University of California Davis

The Toxicology Mentoring and Skills Development Training Program (ToxMSDT), housed at the University of California Davis, is a special opportunity for underrepresented undergraduate science students to participate in a year-long mostly remote toxicology training and mentoring program. Funded by the National Institute of Health, the goal of this program is to attract diverse undergraduate students from around the United States to pursue careers in biomedical research, especially in the field of toxicology. Successful applicants will be teamed with a mentor meeting remotely throughout the year. In-person activities include the program kickoff workshop at the University of California Davis, a visit to the mentor’s work site, attendance at the annual Society of Toxicology meeting, and a celebration of the program successes at the Capstone Event at Tuskegee University. Online learning modules are provided throughout the duration of the program to increase mentees‘ knowledge about toxicology. Travel cost support for programmatic activities will be provided by ToxMSDT. This program supplements the regular academic pursuits of the ToxMSDT students. The program starts September 1, 2022, with the end date of May 31, 2023.

Access the Application Portal
(Applications are open from February 15, 2022, until June 30, 2022)

Eligibility Requirements
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Completion of at least one semester of general biology and general chemistry
  • Enrolled in an accredited undergraduate institution at the time of application, with continuing enrollment for the next academic year concurrent with the ToxMSDT program
  • Member of a group underserved in the biomedical sciences (more information from the NIH about those from disadvantaged backgrounds, NIH notice)
  • US citizen or US permanent resident
  • Due to institutional requirements, we encourage applications from fully vaccinated COVID-19 individuals only (information on vacation requirements can be found here)

For more information, please reach out to Pia van Benthem, ToxMSDT Program Manager.


University of Cincinnati

  • Yates Fellowship Program:
    Open to Master’s and doctoral students, 25 students each year., Master’s students receive full tuition scholarship for 2 years plus a stipend, Doctoral students receive a full tuition scholarship for four years, plus a stipend.

  • Provost Graduate Fellowship:
    Open to incoming PhD students, this three year fellowship provides a full tuition scholarship and an annual stipend of $25,000.

  • Graduate Dean’s Excellence Scholarship:
    Open to incoming doctoral students, this scholarship provides a one-time supplementary award of $3,00 in the student’s first fall semester.

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