The State University of New York (SUNY) LSAMP program seeks to diversify the STEM workforce by significantly increasing the numbers of students successfully completing high quality degree programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
Particular emphasis is placed in support of groups that historically have been underrepresented in STEM disciplines: African-Americans, Alaskan Natives, Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Pacific Islanders.
If you are interested in the program, please complete an application.
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SUNY LSAMP at UB provides both support and enrichment activities for its students who are majoring in or intend to major in the following STEM disciplines:
The LSAMP program is not funded to support students declaring majors in pre-medicine, pharmacy, nursing, or allied health sciences.
See the NSF Crosswalk for a complete list of eligible STEM majors.
The LSAMP program at the University at Buffalo is part of SUNY LSAMP, a statewide alliance of the four university centers and smaller colleges within the geographical area of each university center. The SUNY LSAMP program was first funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 1996 and has enjoyed continued support from NSF and each university partner.
LSAMP was named in honor of former congressman, Louis Stokes, (February 23, 1925 – August 18, 2015) who spent his life serving and defending those in need. He was an attorney who specialized in civil rights cases and later, the first black congressman elected in the state of Ohio. He served 15 terms in the United States House of Representatives – representing the east side of Cleveland.