Florida Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (FGLSAMP)
FGLSAMP will augment its current STEM socialization practices to achieve these key guide posts, which are at the heart of all FGLSAMP academic enhancement and professional development activities. This goal will be accomplished through the implementation of integrated series of academic enhancement and professional development initiatives at key transition points. The promotion of undergraduate research and preparation for graduate school will be a key component of the comprehensive strategies implemented.
Florida A&M University serves as the lead institution of this 14 institution alliance. Each FGLSAMP institution provides services to underrepresented minorities that assist students to:
FGLSAMP provides services such as academic enrichment; financial support; peer and faculty mentoring. We welcome you to join FGLSAMP and explore the wonderful and exciting possibilities through Science; Technology; Engineering; and Mathematics.
FGLSAMP is a National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored program.
Florida Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation
2015 PROGRAM IMPACT REPORT
Dr. Maurice Edington, Director
Provides leadership and governance for the successful implementation of the program model at partner institutions
J. Byron Greene, Assoc. Director
Provides administrative management; strategic planning and effective program operations of the alliance
Edna Cofield, Program Manager
Manages program compliance for the alliance and FGLSAMP program implementation at FAMU