CEaS-CREST employs graduates and undergraduates in integrated research teams tackling key environmental research questions, and thus provides a superb educational experience.
The mission of the Minority Opportunities in Research (MORE) Programs at California State University, Los Angeles is to make available to the American scientific research enterprise the creativity and intellectual talents of minority group members.
The U-RISE program is an undergraduate research training program that aims to develop creativity and intellectual talents of motivated trainees from groups traditionally underrepresented in biomedical research and strengthen their academic and research credentials so that they are highly competitive for admission to and success in top Ph.D. programs.
The Cal State LA Undergraduate Research Hub serves as a resource and springboard for undergraduate students at all levels of their research journey.
Other External Links
Website for the California State University system
Overview and description of LSAMP program for the CSU LSAMP Alliance.
The National Science Foundation funds the LSAMP program.
Database to search for STEM summer research opportunities.
A publication showcasing the talents of LSAMP undergraduate student across the CSU-LSAMP alliance.
CSU LSAMP and CSU LSAMP-BD is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant #s HRD-1302873, HRD-1363399, HRD-1463889 and the CSU Office of the Chancellor.