LSAMP Indiana implements programs that will:
- Provide early research and enrichment experiences.
- Sustain teaching and mentoring opportunities on gatekeeper and upper-level courses.
- Provide personalized interactions with graduate students and faculty mentors beginning in a student’s first year.
- Provide professional and personal development opportunities.
These early experiences with research and teaching are designed to encourage students to build and sustain an academic and social identification within their STEM discipline and serve as a solid foundation for student achievement.
The LSAMP Indiana Project is made possible with the support of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and includes diverse funding opportunities for students and faculty.
Undergraduate funding opportunities include:
- Academic year research stipend.
- Summer research stipend.
- Conference Travel Awards for presenters.
- Purdue Graduate School Expo Fair.
Faculty funding opportunities include:
- Academic year research supplies stipend.
- Summer research supplies stipend.
- LSAMP Annual Research Conference.