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  The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)  

Forms and Resources

Responsible Conduct Research Training

All LSAMP students engaged in research and receiving a stipend for research activities through NSF funding must complete the proper laboratory safety training.

LSAMP Undergraduate Acknowledgement Statement

All UMES LSAMP program participants who receive support (e.g. travel, stipend, or research supply) for work that is submitted for presentation at conferences or publications in journals, etc. need to properly acknowledge such support. Click the link below that states the wording that should be used in such acknowledgements. Also be certain to submit an electronic copy of abstracts and/or publications to LSAMP Program Office.

LSAMP Undergraduate Acknowledgement Statement (pdf)

Guidelines For Students and Faculty Mentors All forms are in PDF format

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Undergraduate LSAMP Forms All forms are in PDF format

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Professional Development

  • Presenting your Research

    • How to Design a Poster Presentation
    • Organizing Oral Presentations

Resources for Applying to Graduate School


Internship and Scholarship Opportunities



Annual Conference Opportunities

Please check each website for important dates and deadlines

 

 

 

 

LSAMP Scholars Program


About LSAMP
Eligibility & Requirements
Benefits
Application Process
LSAMP Community
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View the
LSAMP Brochure.

 

 

Program Staff Directory

Dr. Tracy Bell, Assistant Professor Department of Natural Sciences

Funded by a grant through the National Science Foundation
HRD-1002566

Professional Organizations, Journals

Coming soon . . .

Other Useful Links

Pathways to Science
HBCU-UP


 


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