Research Opportunities

The LSAMP Research Programs at Purdue offers summer and academic year student research enrichment and support opportunities. The summer and academic year program is eight weeks, and thirteen weeks in length respectively; both programs carry a stipend.

Faculty mentors play a key role in the success of our LSAMP Scholars. Faculty mentors enhance our scholars' commitment to higher education, help to increase the scholars' sense of belonging in their STEM discipline, and help our scholars succeed in and persist through college.

Fall Research activities include:

  • Research with Faculty and Graduate Teams
  • LSAMP Professional Development Seminar
  • Monthly Workshops and Presentations
  • Service Learning Project
  • LSAMP Indiana Annual Research Conference
  • LSAMP Poster Session and Closing Program

Spring Research activities include:

  • Research with Faculty and Graduate Teams
  • LSAMP Professional Development Seminar
  • Monthly Workshops and Presentations
  • Purdue Black Graduate Association's GRAD School 101
  • Service Learning Project
  • Discovery Learning Research Center Student Poster Session and Reception

Summer Research activities include:

  • Research with Faculty and Graduate Teams
  • Purdue Summer Research Opportunity Program's (SROP) GRE Workshops
  • Community Service Project
  • STEM Laboratory Tour
  • Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Workshops and Presentations
  • SROP's Research Poster Symposium and Reception

Eligibility Requirements:
(See downloads section for applications)

  • Undergraduate in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) including Agricultural Sciences & Engineering
  • Applicants must be US citizens, nationals, or permanent US residents

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