LSAMP at CSU Channel Islands

Supported by NSF and the CSU Chancellor's Office. Hear what our student testimonials have to say about their experiences and impact LSAMP has contributed to their success as an undergraduate.

LSAMP at Channel Islands

LSAMP Award: NSF Award #HRD-1826490 & Chancellor's Office (2021/22)


Spring '22 Schedule

Feb. 11LSAMP In-Person Kickoff Seminar (4-5:30PM) El Dorado Hall #140. Welcome New Members, Guest Speaker: Russell Bradley, Director of CI's Santa Rosa Island Research Center
Feb. 25LSAMP Seminar (4-5:30PM) El Dorado Hall #140. Guest Speakers: Virtual UCSB Grad School Presentation
March 11

LSAMP Seminar (4-5:30 PM) El Dorado Hall #140. Guest Speaker: Emily Fairfax, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of ESRM at CI

March 14-18

Spring Recess

March 31Cesar Chavez Day (Holiday)
April 1LSAMP Seminar (4-5:30PM) El Dorado Hall #140
April 15Deadline for Travel & Abstract to SACNAS
April 22

LSAMP Seminar (4-5:30PM) El Dorado Hall #140. Guest Speaker: Amy Zimmer-Faust (SCCWRP-Microbiologist)

May 7

Santa Rosa Island Research Station Trip (LSAMP End of Year Celebration) Times TBD

May 7

SAGE Research Conference @ CSU Channel Islands

May 14

Finals Week

May 21


Of course, we’ll continue a variety of professional development activities during seminars that have STEM speakers as the main part of the agenda.

What is LSAMP

Initiated in 1994 with support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the California State University Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (CSU-LSAMP) is a statewide, comprehensive academic support program dedicated to increasing the number of graduating individuals who face or have faced social, educational, or economic barriers to careers in the STEM disciplines from CSU campuses with a baccalaureate degree in the STEM disciplines. The program focuses on strengthening the mathematical skills of these students and continues to support them as they prepare to apply to graduate programs.

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