The GS-LSAMP program provides you with a learning community to increase success and opportunities in the non-medical fields of science, mathematics, engineering and technology. The Kean University Program is part o an alliance that includes 9 schools in central and northern New Jersey that work together to achieve these goals. The GS-LSAMP employs a unique clustering system for local opportunities among neighboring institutions. These provide students with many local opportunities for enrichment, research and employment.
Montclair State University, William Paterson University, Bloomfield College, Farleigh Dickinson University
Rutgers-Newark, Kean University, New Jersey City University, Essex County College
Rutgers-New Brunswick – School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering, School of Environmental Biology and Sciences
STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) are challenging yet rewarding and stable careers. Most of the problems that our world faces are addressed directly by professionals in STEM areas. Whether it is global warming, alternative energy production, food systems, cures for diseases, information technology, or space travel, it requires a core supply of STEM professionals for success.
In order to meet these challenges, the GS-LSAMP project was devised. The program incorporates inter-disciplinary science and activities that make use of the wide diversity found in the STEM areas and that is essential for analytic and systematic consideration of these global issues.
The GS-LSAMP program is funded by the National Science Foundation. The program is designed to significantly increase the number of professionals in STEM fields from minority groups who are traditionally underrepresented. The program is designed to provide support services at many levels to help interested students become successful in STEM fields. The program consists of 41 LSAMP alliances nationwide and is considered to be one of the most successful of its kind.
GS-LSAMP Student Scholars have access to several outstanding program features to help them complete a degree in STEM fields. Through a variety of opportunities students are more competitively prepared for the job market and graduate studies.
GS-LSAMP scholars may also have an opportunity to participate in international programs at laboratories that provide financial support. Students also qualify for the “Bridges to the Doctorate” program that allows each student to attend any one of a number of universities with exceptional financial support for two years just to take courses and a commitment from the department to support you throughout your graduate career.
You must be an undergraduate student, U.S. citizen or permanent resident (green card holder), pursing a non-medical science major. Majors include: mathematics, computer science, biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, meteorology and geology, sustainability science, or NJCSTM major (see website for additional information).
To apply fill out an application form (Click to Open)
Or visit LSAMP office located in:
Bruce Hall 200D
Dr. Wolde Woubneh, Coordinator
Science Building C- 227
Bruce Hall Room 200D
1000 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ 07083
Phone: (908) 737-3599