Program OverviewThe North Carolina Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (NC-LSAMP) seeks to increase the quality and quantity of students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) baccalaureate degree programs. The program also strives to raise the number of students interested in, academically qualified for, and matriculated into programs of graduate study. NC-LSAMP provides program activities designed to increase recruitment, retention and degree attainment among student populations historically underrepresented in STEM fields.
Faculty Mentored ResearchStrong research skills are critical to success in graduate school and the STEM workforce. The Faculty Mentored Research experience provides students with opportunities to develop foundational research skills while being mentored by a faculty member. Research scholars conduct research at NC A&T, partner institutions and national laboratories and present research findings at local, regional and national conferences.
NC-LSAMP Annual Research ConferenceThrough presentations at the NC-LSAMP Annual Research Conference, students develop a deeper understanding of their research and essential presentation and critical reflection
skills, laying a solid foundation for graduate thesis defense.
Student Development WorkshopsStudent development workshops expose participants to a variety of topics that enhance their undergraduate experience, broaden exposure to the STEM workforce and provide opportunities to develop nonacademic skills to facilitate their success as STEM undergraduates and their transition to graduate school
An internationally recognized astrophysicist, television personality and space sciences education manager for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate is the keynote speaker for the Spring 2017 Title III Graduate Symposium set for Thursday, April 6, at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is expanding its capacity to meet that demand by launching a new Master of Business Administration (MBA) Online degree program through the College of Business and Economics (COBE).
Lucius Epps, whose family history of farming in Robeson County goes back at least two generations, is the 2017 North Carolina Small Farmer of the Year.