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LSAMP Pre-College Program


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Academic Level:
High School Students
Undergraduates - First Year

Description:
The SAT Prep Academy and the STEM Pre College Summer Research Internship are joint programs designed to prepare rising high school seniors for successful matriculation into college and to provide hands-on research training for students interested in STEM degree programs. Programs will generally run from mid June-July for a five-week period each year. Fifty students will be selected to attend the SAT Prep-Academy being offered at no charge! Out of the fifty that participate in the SAT Academy,20 will be invited to participate in Summer research. Students will attend a one-day orientation session to provide information on the FSU pre-college programs (upward Bound, Gear-Up and Teachers Education Pre-College programs) and STEM enrichment programs (FSU-RISE, NCLSAMP, UROMS and McNair). Five STEM faculty members will be selected to serve as research mentors. Students will be assigned research projects and are expected to complete them within the time period of the internship. During the year all students will be invited to attend STEM focused activities such as the High School/Middle School Math & Science Family Fun Night and the Annual STEM Research Symposium. Finally, the ISAS staff will communicate monthly via email withstudents to track academic progress during their senior year.

Eligibility: High school rising seniors who are interested in science or math as a college major.

First-time freshmen who are attending Fayetteville State University and are intended STEM majors have the opportunity to participate in the Summer Enrichment Program (also known as the Summer Bridge Program).

Eligibility: First time freshmen who are attending Fayetteville State University beginning the fall semester. Must have at least a 3.2 high school gpa.


Participating Institution(s):
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Fayetteville State University (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Biology
Chemistry
Mathematics
STEM Fields

Keywords:
Forensic Science
Mathematical Modelling
Mathematical Techniques
Mathematics Education

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This program is funded by:
National Science Foundation (NSF)


Page last updated 1/21/2017
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