Th RSVP links are up now for the mixer. Please RSVP asap to one of the two listed.Read More
Tuesday, October 2 Time Management Workshop will be held from 12:15-1:05pm in MI-2106. We will also send this out in email. We had to change rooms due to higher attendance than our original room can hold. The only other room change will be for the Poster Workshop and we will update once we have it.Read More
Forever Pioneer Weekend is closed to RSVP for. For those who have already RSVP'ed we had a time change for events so please look for an email from us alerting you.
See our "want ads"! On this page, we have posted information from different faculty members who are looking for you!
The Virginia-North Carolina Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation looks forward to hosting its first Bridge to the Doctorate cohort in fall 2019 at the University of Virginia. For more information about the BD program at UVA, please visit: Bridge to the Doctorate at the University of Virginia. LSAMP@Cal State East Bay seniors and LSAMP alumni: you can apply to UVA STEM graduate programs for free by completing the application fee waiver form at the link below and selecting “LS-AMP programs/VA-NC Alliance” here:Application Fee Waiver Information.
OTHER BRIDGE TO THE DOCTORATE PROGRAMS:
The University of California is seeking applications for the Bridge to the Doctorate (BD) program at UC Santa Barbara sponsored by the National Science Foundation Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) (pending funding). We seek applications from talented LSAMP graduates to pursue a Ph.D. at UC Santa Barbara in Science, Engineering and Mathematics. Our BD program will be integrated into this research community, and will offer a comprehensive suite of professional development and career preparation activities, academic support, and a mentoring network to propel BD Scholars to success in their desired careers. The fellowship includes a $32,000 annual stipend plus full tuition, fees, and health insurance for the first two years. More information about the program and eligibility information can be found at Bridge to the Doctorate Program, University of California, Santa Barbara. In addition to applying for the BD program, applicants must first apply directly to their PhD program of interest (deadlines vary, Dec-Jan). For more information on graduate admissions and department research, please visit Grad Divsion.
Oklahoma State University is seeking applications for the Bridge to Doctorate (BD) program at Oklahoma State University funded by the National Science Foundation Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP). The BD encourages and supports students from underrepresented groups (African American, Hispanic American, Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Native Pacific Islander) to pursue and complete a Ph.D. degree in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) field. The fellowship includes a $32,000 annual stipend, tuition, fees, and student health insurance for two years. Participants will receive individualized mentoring and coaching and have the opportunity to participate in professional conferences. Eligibility information can be found at Bridge to Doctorate Program, Oklahoma State University. The OSU application.
The University of Oklahoma is recruiting LSAMP Scholars for Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowships for academic years 2018-2020. Some of the benefits of the program include tuition, fees, and student health insurance waiver for first two years, an annual stipend of $32,000 for first two years, and personalized mentoring. Students must participate in a LSAMP program during their undergraduate education and have a Bachelor's degree in a STEM discipline. More information about the program and application requirements can be found online. Please contact Dr. Anthony Natale or Dr. Susan Walden with any questions.
The University of Alabama LSAMP program is actively seeking applicants for the Bridge to Doctorate program. The objective of this program is to train students in a Master of Science program in preparation for continued graduate study and research at the Doctoral level. Undergraduate students who are seniors at one of the schools in the LSAMP Alliance are eligible to apply. Students who are selected will receive an annual stipend of $32,000 and remission of tuition and fees during their first two years in graduate study. Upon completion of their M.S. degrees, students will continue their graduate education, supported through a Research Assistantship and/or Graduate Teaching Assistantship for three or more years. In addition to the LSAMP application form, students must also submit the University of Alabama graduate school application.
The University of Connecticut (UConn) is looking for applicants for the Bridge to Doctorate program who would like to pursue a MS/PhD in STEM majors. The program supports doctoral students from African American, Hispanic, and/or Native American populations during the first two years of study in STEM subjects at UConn. The two year fellowship includes stipends up to $32,000 annually, tuition and fee supplement up to $12,000 annually, health insurance, and opportunities to research and intern at companies and national labs. Eligibility requirements include admittance to the University of Conneticut Graduate School, U.S. citizenship or permanent residency, and LSAMP participation at the undergraduate level. The application can be found at Bridge to Doctorate Program, University of Connecticut.
UAlbany’s Office of Graduate Education and lead institution, Stony Brook University, submitted and were approved for a National Science Foundation (NSF), Bridge to the Doctorate program. Bridge to the Doctorate is a graduate fellowship and support program for former LSAMP participants who plan to matriculate in a graduate program in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM). The program offers 12 two-year graduate fellowships of $30,000. Students will also receive full tuition, health insurance, support services, and opportunities to attend academic and professional workshops.
A new computer may be very helpful with future research and for schoolwork.
All CSR Scholars are required to present a research poster (regardless of the phase at which you are at in your given research project*) in the Cal State East Bay Student Research Symposium (SRS) being held on campus (Date, TBA; will be on a Wednesday in late April 2019). This event is a great opportunity to share your research with other students, faculty, and administrators and staff at CSUEB! Last year, we had approximately 250 participants and attendees!
*During the CSR Poster workshop, we overview different poster formats to accomodate different phases of research progress (so be sure to attend that session if you want advice on preparing your poster for the SRS).
For the time being, please begin discussions with your faculty mentors about getting started on your posters!