Empowering YOU to achieve academic and personal success

AMP Program

The All Nations Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (ANSLAMP) is funded by the National Science Foundation, with the goal of increasing the number of Native American students successfully completing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This goal is accomplished through direct participant support and collaborations with partner institutions. ANLSAMP is designed to serve a geographically diverse alliance of 11 state and private institutions and 25 tribal colleges and universities located within 13 states.

Collaborations

Student Outreach Services (SOS) and the College of Sciences and Technology (CST) have joined together to make available additional resources for you through the ANSLAMP program. The components include:

  • A quarterly stipend ($200 to $600)
  • Conference opportunities
  • Internship possibilities
  • Mentoring options
  • Research potential
  • Campus resources

With NSF funding, ANSLAMP provides eudational and professional development opportunities by:

  • Encouraging undergraduate research at professional conferences
  • Supporting conference activities
  • Overseeing the scientific poster and oral presentation sessions at the annual AISES and AIHEC conference
  • Conducting the "Science Bowl" at the AIHEC conference

ANLSAMP has been managing these student-focused activities since 1996. Student participation in these activities helps produce inquiring minds in the STEM fields.

AMP Scholars Program

How do you become an AMP Scholar?

  • Develop strong interpersonal skills
  • Declare your major in a STEM discipline
  • Seek or become involved in research activities with a mentor
  • Have a 2.5 or greater GPA

What are the benefits of becoming an AMP Scholar?

  • Eligible to receive a stipend
  • Have an opportunity to participate in funded residential/pre-college academic programs and STEM related conferences, including the ANLSAMP conference

Who do I contact at Western if I want to become an AMP Scholar?

  • Each partner institution has a liason responsible for overseeing AMP activities at their institution. Contact the campus liason at Western.

Liason

Joan Ullin, Academic Support Coordinator in Student Outreach Services, is the AMP Liason at Western. Her contact information is below:

Student Outreach Services
Old Main 387
(360) 650-7443
Joan.Ullin@wwu.edu

Page Updated 04.04.2014