Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Alliance for Minority Participation (RM-AMP)
The Rocky Mountain Alliance for Minority Participation is a two-state initiative funded by the National Science Foundation that supports students, programs at individual schools, and initiatives meant to increase the number of underrepresented students in STEM.
To recruit, retain, and graduate historically underrepresented
students earning baccalaureate degrees in STEM.
students in STEM
URM STEM degrees
granted by RM-AMP
institutions since 1996
Argonne National Laboratory: Bioenergy Bridge to Career Program
Bioenergy Bridge to Career Program Free Undergraduate Workshop The Bioenergy Bridge to Career Program Virtual Workshop is a four-day virtual event for undergraduate students interested in learning about the bioenergy field. It is sponsored by the Bioprocessing Separations Consortium, which is dedicated to identifying and overcoming the challenges associated with turning plant and other organic…
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Bridges to the Doctorate at North Carolina A&T
Available Graduate Funding at A&T! North Carolina A&T was recently awarded a Bridges to the doctorate grant from NSF. This program will allow us to support underrepresented minority students planning on applying to STEM Ph.D. programs. In the program, students will receive a stipend of $32,000 and up to $12,000 towards educational expenses, per year…
Princeton Prospective PhD Preview (P3) Application Now Open!
Princeton Prospective PhD Preview (P3) The Access, Diversity and Inclusion team in the Graduate School at Princeton University would like to share the following information about the Princeton Prospective Ph.D. Preview (P3) program, which will occur October 5th – 6th, 2023 in Princeton, NJ. P3 is a nationally recognized visitation program that focuses on engaging…
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