Welcome to CSU-LSAMP!
The California State University Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (CSU-LSAMP), with NSF Support, was initiated in 1993 to serve as a comprehensive California State University (CSU) statewide program dedicated to broadening participation in STEM disciplines.
At the time the Alliance was established, it included 16 campuses of the California State University and was gradually expanded to include all 22 full-service comprehensive universities of the CSU. The only CSU campus that is not included is the California Maritime Academy, which is a unique and specialized campus of the CSU. Hence, this project is truly a comprehensive effort of the CSU, the largest system of public higher education in the world, located in the largest and most diverse State in the Nation.
CSU-LSAMP is funded through the National Science Foundation (NSF) under grant #HRD-0802628 and the Chancellor's Office of the California State University. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or the Chancellor's Office of the CSU.
Bridge to the Doctorate Cohort 11, CSUN
The eleventh cohort of CSU-LSAMP Bridge to the Doctorate students are currently being selected for Fall 2013 enrollment through California State University, Northridge.* [Application (.pdf)]
February 28 - March 2, 2013 - Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM, Washington, DC
April 27, 2013 - California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, University of California, Irvine
October 26, 2013 - California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, Saint Mary's College
In Summer of 2011, CSU-LSAMP produced a special report which chronicles the Alliance's 18-year history and the cumulative impact of its efforts on broadening participation in STEM Disciplines. To download this report (.pdf), click here.
BIOGRAPHIES OF 200 STUDENTS
In this publication, we present biographies of 200 of our students to illustrate how the NSF’s support of the CSU’s efforts to develop the talent of its richly diverse student population has contributed to meeting the nation’s need for a broadly inclusive STEM workforce to advance the progress of science.To download this report (.pdf), click here.
*contingent upon funding