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University of California Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is significantly increasing the number of baccalaureate degrees granted to underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and supporting continuation to graduate studies, particularly for the Ph.D. In UC’s LSAMP (CAMP, as California’s alliance is called), minority students gain many advantages through the academic and professional development opportunities and hands-on experiences that increase retention and degree completion.
Fundamental Goals:
  • Steadily increase minority STEM enrollment and B.S. degree production;
  • Expand undergraduate research opportunities, domestically and internationally;
  • Increase enrollment in and provide support for STEM graduate education;
  • Document effectiveness through evaluation and assessment.

Transformation happens one student at a time as they are exposed to and supported through the realization of a STEM degree.

Click on image for 2014 CAMP Statewide Undergraduate Symposium Proceedings & Profiles (3.1 mg PDF)
Click on image for 2013 CAMP Statewide Undergraduate Symposium Proceedings & Profiles (11.4 mg PDF)
Click on image for 2012 CAMP Statewide Undergraduate Symposium Proceedings & Profiles (4.3 mg PDF)
The University of California LSAMP is a senior level Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Phase IV (2006-2011),
continuing a cooperative agreement since 1991 between the National Science Foundation and UC Irvine, lead campus.
University of California Partner Campuses:
Santa Barbara | Davis | Santa Cruz | Berkeley | San Diego | Riverside | Los Angeles | Merced | Irvine
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