LSAMP Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
CSU-LSAMP at cal poly is offering three $3,000 stipends for LSAMP students conducting research with a Cal Poly faculty mentor during summer 2020. All Cal Poly LSAMP students are eligible to apply!
How to Apply
Applications must include:
- Your updated resume
- A one-page research project proposal (see below for directions)
- A one-half page motivation statement (see below for directions)
- A letter or email of commitment from a Cal Poly faculty member
(may be submitted separately)
Application materials should be submitted via email to email@example.com.
Application deadline: 11:59pm on Monday Feb 10, 2020. We expect to make all awards before the end of the Winter 2020 quarter.
**If you are not an LSAMP student but think you may be eligible, visit the Apply to LSAMP page to learn more!
Want feedback on your draft application materials? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or make an appointment to review in person.
Summer 2019 Scholars (NSF Grant no. HD-1826490)
- Rebeca Almeida – Public Health & Ethnics Studies
Research Title: Mammographic Breast Density & Acculturation: Looking at Chinese Immigrants
- Juan Gonzalez – Electrical Engineering
Research Title: Algae Biofuel Renewable Energy
- Mia Pinedo – Biomedical Engineering
Research Title: Tissue on A Chip
- Ada Tadeo – Biomedical Engineering
Research Title: Microcirculation and Vascular Regeneration
Summer 2018 Scholars (NSF Grant no. HD-1302873)
- April Dawoud – Aerospace Engineering
Research Title: Brightest Cluster Galaxies
- Miranda Ellis – Nutrition
Research Title: Food Safety and Spoilage of Leafy Greens
- Justin Jee – Physics & Electrical Engineering
Research Title: Alternative Methods of Manufacturing Evolut R
- Emily Lucas – Computer Science
Research Title: Creating 3D Visualizations of Galaxy Ages, Chemical Composition and Stellar Populations to Determine How Galaxies Evolve
- Anthony Tujillo – Environmental Engineering
Research Title: Conducting Studies and Tests on the Penetration of reinforced concrete applications for Corrosion Mitigation Effectiveness of Maxon CRS
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.