The Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program of the National Science Foundation assists universities and colleges in their efforts to increase underrepresented minority student recruitment, retention, persistence, and attainment of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees. It does this by the formation of alliances and carrying out specific programming to encourage student success in STEM. The Ohio LSAMP Alliance consists of 6 four-year institutions and 4 community colleges: Central State University, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati State and Technical Institute, Cleveland State University, Columbus State Community College, Cuyahoga Community College, Miami University, The Ohio State University, Sinclair Community College and Wright State University.
The following is a list of eligible LSAMP STEM degree programs offered at Sinclair:
In order to be eligible to participate in The Ohio LSAMP Alliance, students must:
The LSAMP program is dedicated to helping minority STEM students on their quest for an Associates’, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate (Ph.D.) degree.
For more information visit the Ohio Alliance LSAMP website.
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The program will provide financial stipends for activities and tasks that that are associated with making students successful. These are some of the activities that qualify for a stipend:
Marita Abram is an Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at Sinclair Community College. In addition to her role as faculty, she serves as the Principal Investigator (PI) for the Sinclair LSAMP program. The Sinclair LSAMP PI serves on the governing body of The Ohio LSAMP Alliance Steering Committee and holds institutional authority to determine the objectives and goals of the Sinclair LSAMP program. The PI is responsible for the financial management of Sinclair-LSAMP sponsored projects and demonstrates fiscal stewardship of grant funds awarded to support LSAMP scholars. Furthermore, the PI provides intellectual (and logistical) guidance for the Sinclair LSAMP enrichment projects and establishes opportunities for student engagement that foster the holistic development of Sinclair LSAMP scholars. The PI is expected to collaborate with internal and community partners to advance the Sinclair LSAMP program's effectiveness to meet the ever-changing needs of Sinclair LSAMP scholars.E: email@example.com
Jarrett Dickey is a Campus Success Navigator for multiple student enrichment programs at Sinclair Community College. He serves as the lead Success Navigator (SN) for the LSAMP and EAGLE programs. The Sinclair SN provides support and assistance to ensure that Sinclair LSAMP scholars are on a path to success. The SN provides several measures of support to the LSAMP program, including targeted STEM academic advising for participants, academic coaching, scholar tracking and academic performance reviews, and scholar retention and outreach.
Dr. Cari Gigliotti is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Sinclair Community College. In addition to her role as faculty, she serves as the Research Internship Coordinator (RIC) for the Sinclair LSAMP program. The LSAMP RIC provides support and assistance to Sinclair LSAMP scholars that are interested in pursuing undergraduate research. The RIC establishes trusting relationships with researchers at local four-year institutions to secure research internship opportunities for Sinclair LSAMP scholars that demonstrate academic readiness. The RIC manages the duties of the research interns, verifies weekly lab performance, performs routine site visits to the research laboratories, and handles inquiries regarding undergraduate STEM research.E: firstname.lastname@example.org