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Office of the LSAMP Activities Coordinator at Queens College

LSAMPThe Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is an alliance of CUNY colleges with a goal of increasing the number of underrepresented minority students pursuing graduate and bachelor's degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The program offers research assistantships and fellowships to participating students, peer and faculty mentoring, and many other educational activities.

Students who are full time students, are U.S. citizens or permanent residents and are Black, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaskan Native or Native Pacific Islander are eligible for the NYC-LSAMP research assistantship. Once accepted into the program students can receive up to $5,000 at the undergraduate level.  Also, mentors receive a $250 incentive per student towards your lab. The application deadline are: 

Spring 2015 - Fall 2015 is November 1st, 2014 

Summer and Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 is May 13, 2015

Additional details may be found on the main LSAMP website for CUNY.


Activities Coordinator

At CUNY colleges that participate in the LSAMP program, there is an on-campus Activities Coordinator (AC) who oversees the mentoring and educational programs on that campus.   The Activities Coordinator for Queens College is:

David Clarke
dclarke@qc.cuny.edu

Phone: 718-997-4140
Office: Remsen 114 G
Hours: By appointment

David is a pre-med student, a recent graduate of Queens College, and an LSAMP participant.

The Activities Coordinator is available to answer questions about the program, provide advice and support for students at Queens College participating in LSAMP, provide resources to faculty with questions about the program, and organize on-campus activities.

For questions about the overall LSAMP at CUNY program, please contact the main program office, at City College.


Applying to LSAMP

There are many benefits for students who participate in the LSAMP program, including funding for research assistantships with CUNY faculty, mentoring opportunities, and other educational programs.  

There is an online application system for applying to the LSAMP program, and if you have questions about the application process, please feel free to contact the Activities Coordinator for QC.


     



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