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      Handloser Graduate Tuition Grant Program in Marine Biology

             For Entering Graduate Students

      Donald J. Reish Student Grant for Marine Biology Research:

             Undergraduate and Graduate Students

        • Open to full-time CSULB students who will be conducting research in marine biology.  Funds may be used for supplies, equipment, or for travel related to their research. 
          • CSULB Students - please see Beachboard/Marine Biology at the Beach Organization for more information.

      SCTC Marine Biology Scholarships:

           Undergraduate and Graduate Students

      • The SCTC Marine Biology Scholarship Foundation is offer undergraduate and graduate   student scholarships again this spring. They typically offer between 1-5 cash scholarships worth $1000-$1750 each
          • CSULB Students - please see Beachboard/Marine Biology at the Beach Organization for more information.

       

      The Richard B. Loomis Research Award:

           Graduate Students Advanced to Candidacy

      • Applicants must be pursuing the M.S. Degree in Biology, or M.S. Degree in Microbiology, at CSULB, and must be Advanced to Candidacy (or eligible for Advancement).    
          • CSULB Students - please see Beachboard/Marine Biology at the Beach Organization for more information.

       

      Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP):

         Undergraduate Students

      • CSU-LSAMP is sponsored both by the National Science Foundation and the California State University, providing a statewide program for the enhancement of math and science skills for minority students majoring in science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM).
      • The goal of LSAMP is to support students as they successfully complete their academic degree program and enhancing their futures in the STEM disciplines.
      • This program involves a cooperative effort between CSULB and Cerritos College, and includes a three-week summer workshop designed to prepare students for enrollment in calculus during the upcoming academic year and LSAMP Scholar Program designed to support student involvement in activities that enhance graduate school readiness. 
      • Click here for more information.

       

Last Updated June 2010