Sinclair Community College

The program will provide financial stipends for activities and tasks that are associated with making students successful. These are some of the activities that qualify for a stipend:

  • Attending a qualifying Sinclair Talks presentation

  • Meeting with an advisor, faculty member, or internship coordinator

  • Attending a tutoring session

  • Performing peer tutoring (not otherwise paid)

  • Attending qualifying activities (Math Colloquium, student clubs, etc.)

  • Paid semester research internships at local Universities

  • Mentoring activities

  • Travel to regional, state, or national STEM related conferences¬†

Program Highlight

Oscar Ntakontagize

Sinclair scholar Oscar Ntakontagize doing UR research at Wright State University. Oscar received a full financial scholarship to transfer to the University of Dayton.

Acceptable Majors

  • Associates of Science
  • Architectural Technology
  • Astronomy
  • Automation and Control Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Aviation Technology
  • Biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • Construction Management Technology
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Energy Management Technology
  • Engineering University Transfer
  • Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Geology
  • HVAC-R Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Engineering Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical engineering Technology
  • Physics

Personnel

Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
LSAMP Program Coordinator

Marita K. Abram

LSAMP Program Coordinator

Carol Bonner

Dean, Science, Mathematics, and Engineering
LSAMP Program PI

Anthony M. Ponder, PhD