Wisconsin Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (WiscAMP)
Check out the UW-Madison Opportunities in Engineering Conference
All Expenses paid, Oct. 30 - Nov. 2
The conference objective is to increase the number of domestic engineering students (particularly those from underrepresented groups) receiving graduate degrees in engineering. All expenses including travel, housing, and food are paid by the UW-Madison College of Engineering (with the exception of food for Saturday and Sunday). Applicants selected to participate will hear faculty research presentations, tour laboratories, meet with current graduate students and individually with faculty in the student's area of interest, and tour the city of Madison as well as the UW-Madison campus. All applicants should be in their Junior... read more ...
WiscAMP Summer Research Experience Featured
Check out this story about the UW-Eau Claire WiscAMP summer research program. Congratulations to the WiscAMP team at UW-Eau Claire for this well-deserved recognition. If you want to know more about the students' research, save the date to attend the WiscAMP Annual Meeting, November 1, at the the Union South in Madison, WI.
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Biosciences Opportunities Preview (BOPS) Weekend September 26-29
Apply by August 2, 2013
The BOPS weekend is a great opportunity for prospective students to learn about opportunities in biological science graduate programs at UW-Madison. Applications are now being accepted so don't wait and apply early!
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WiscAMP Student Spotlight
Kevin Patterson is a senior ecology major at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He is an aspiring Marine Biologist. Kevin plans to earn his doctorate in Marine Biology. His career interests include working as a shark biologist and coral reef conservation. Kevin spent a semester abroad in Fiji studying coral reef ecology and management and fish biology at the University of the South Pacific.