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 conferencesĀ 

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

  • AssociateĀ 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
  • HVAC-R Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Engineering Technology
  • Information Technology: Networking and User Support; Software and Web Development; Cyber Defense/Security; Data Analytics
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technlogy
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Mechatronics
  • Physics
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems

Personnel

Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
LSAMP Program Coordinator

Marita K. Abram

Dean, Science, Mathematics, and Engineering
LSAMP Program PI

Anthony M. Ponder, PhD