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Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement LSAMP: Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

WSU LSAMP Program: Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation at Washington State University

LSAMP student Cecilia Diaz Alonzo analyzes a brain section while working in the neuroscience laboratory of Jon Davis.

WSU LSAMP students engage in mentored STEM research in their field of study.Shown above: LSAMP student Cecilia Diaz Alonzo analyzes a brain section while working in the neuroscience laboratory of Jon Davis.

About Our Program

Professional Development

New WSU LSAMP students listen to Academic Success and Career Center director Terese King give a presentation during the Summer Bridge program,
WSU LSAMP’s Summer Bridge program gives incoming STEM students great overviews of college opportunities.

Networking

New WSU LSAMP students pose together for a group photo at the outdoor viewing area around the iconic skylight of the Terrel library.
The power of networking is just one of the many benefits available to every WSU LSAMP student.

Community

Students eating together outside at the LSAMP program's welcome back BBQ event.
Food, friends, and fun events help every WSU LSAMP student enjoy being with other STEM students who share similar goals.

What We Do

WSU LSAMP helps student members reach their personal and professional goals. The program offers awards for mentored research, hosts networking events, and welcomes experts to present workshops on STEM topics.

WSU is one of five institutions offering baccalaureate degrees in the Pacific Northwest LSAMP community.

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National Science Foundation logo.

The Pacific Northwest Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation is made possible through the National Science Foundation grant.