CSU-LSAMP at Cal Poly

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in STEM

2022 California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education

Registration is now open! You are invited to join students from all over California at the 2022 California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, which will be held in-person on Saturday, November 5 at the Long Beach Convention Center. A charter bus will depart Cal Poly at 3:15am the morning of the forum and return the same day once the forum concludes. There is no charge to students to attend. We urge students to take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore graduate studies either at the master's or doctoral level. Check out https://www.caldiversityforum.org/ for the schedule and more information.

The forum will offer workshops on:

  • How to Finance Your Graduate Studies
  • How to Select, Apply to, and Prepare for Graduate School
  • Student Tips: A Deeper Dive into the GRE® General Test (ETS)
  • Do I Belong Here? Navigating Imposter Syndrome in Graduate School
  • Identifying Challenges and Finding Community for AB540 and Undocumented Students
  • Strengthen Your Graduate Application: CVs, Resumes, Letters of Recommendation, and More
  • And many more!

Students who attend in person will receive a $30 discount on the General GRE and be entered in a raffle for $50 Amazon Gift Cards, 1 on 1 Statement of Purpose Review sessions, and other great prizes.

Space is limited. Register today! Deadline to register is Friday, October 14 or until the Forum reaches full capacity.

Register at: https://calstate.eventsair.com/2022-forum/student-reg 
Passcode: diversity2022

If you have any questions, please email lsamp@calpoly.edu

“The California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, planned by a consortium of public and private colleges and universities from throughout California, has been designed particularly to meet the needs of advanced undergraduates and master's candidates who belong to groups that are currently underrepresented in doctoral-level programs. The groups include low-income and first-generation college students and African Americans, American Indians, Chicanos/Latinos, Filipinos, Pacific Islanders, Asian American women, and Asian American men in the arts, humanities, and social and behavioral sciences.” More info at https://www.caldiversityforum.org/ 

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CSU-LSAMP at Cal Poly is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. HRD-1826490 and the CSU Chancellor's Office, and coordinated by the Center for Engineering, Science, and Mathematics Education (CESAME) at Cal Poly, SLO. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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