Sinclair Community College

The program provides a performance-based stipend to participants for activities associated with promoting students’ success. Some activities that qualify for a performance-based stipend:

  • Monthly Community Networking Meetings
  • Faculty-Student Mentoring
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Academic Advising
  • Tutoring or Supplemental Instruction
  • Undergraduate Research Experience
  • STEM Summer Bridge Institute
  • Regional, State, and National STEM-Related Conferences

 

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Students stand in three rows
Two students work on a drone
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LSAMP Scholars Spotlight

Spring 2023 Sinclair LSAMP Graduates

  • Aimable Kzintwari served 3 years in the LSAMP program
    • Post-graduation endeavors: To pursue a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering at the University of Dayton
  • Nicole Owino served 3 years in the LSAMP program
    • Post-graduation endeavors: To pursue a bachelor’s in biology at Wright State University
  • Nevaeh Melton, served 3 years in the LSAMP program
    • Post-graduation endeavors: To pursue a Bachelor of Science in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University
  • Tarez Gray, served 2 years in the LSAMP program
    • Post-graduation endeavors: To pursue bachelor’s in chemical engineering at the University of Dayton

Summer 2023 Interns

  •  Abdelqadar Radhwan successfully completed his summer undergraduate research assignment at the University of Dayton. Abdelqadar conducted research under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Williams that focused on molecular mechanisms that translate Drosophila Melanogaster genetic variation into overt phenotypic variation. The purpose of this research is to better understand the causes of individuality and evolutionary novelty. Abdelqadar made substantial contributions to Dr. Williams’ lab this summer and has been invited to continue his research this fall with the support of Sinclair-LSAMP.
  • Ryann Crockett successfully completed her undergraduate research assignment in the Knowledge and Semantic Technologies Laboratory at Wright State University. Under the supervision of Dr. Cogan Matthew Shimizu, Ryann was able to gain first-hand experience using methods for exploring large and complex data sets. Some of the methods that Ryann explored include statistical pattern recognition, multivariate data analysis, modeling and simulation, and scientific visualization. Ryann gained significant insight into the field of data science and analytics and developed transferable skills in computer programming.   

 

Sinclair LSAMP Scholar Testimonies

Acceptable Majors

  • Associate of Science  
  • Architectural Technology
  • Automation and Control Technology
  • Biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Electromechanical Engineering Technology
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  •  Energy Management Technology
  • Engineering Technology & Engineering University Transfer
  • Geology
  • Industrial Engineering Technology
  • Information Technology: Networking and User Support; Software and Web Development; Cyber Defense/Security; Data Analytics
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Mechatronics
  • Physics
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems

Personnel

LSAMP Principal Investigator
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences

Marita K. Abram