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Are you a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior? Declared major, or intended STEM major? The Rutgers University- New Brunswick Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program is a non-medial science program initiated by the National Science Foundation and designed to increase the number of professionals in STEM field from minority groups who are traditionally underrepresented. LSAMP Scholars have access to services and resources to assist in their path to an undergraduate STEM degree and pursuits in a graduate degree program and or professional field. Benefits are: semester book stipend, GRE preparation, research funding, conference funding, internships/experiential... continued
Each year the EOF Board of Directors and the New Jersey Higher Education Office invite the campus programs to identify graduating EOF students who have demonstrated exceptional achievement during their college careers.  Students who graduated during the summer 2017, fall 2017 or will be eligible to graduate at the conclusion of the spring 2018 semester and have a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher are eligible for one of three academic achievement awards categories.  One graduate per program may also be nominated for an Outstanding Achievement Award. It is the School of Environmental and Biological Science EOF’s honor to have nominated several graduates that are eligible for the senior... continued
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The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program is hosting an exciting event to celebrate the accomplishments of the Graduating Class of 2018. A recognition ceremony will be held with a reception to follow. We look forward to seeing all graduates and guest at this great event. During the event we will present all Graduating Seniors with an award. Students should R.S.V.P. in order to attend. Lunch will be provided. Event Location: Cook Campus Center Time: 12:00pm-2:30pm Contact: Martha Estevez, Administrative Assistant, at This... continued
The RU Researching lab experience was developed from the annual RU Researching Symposium which aims to orient and expose students to various areas, experiences, and careers in research. SEBS EOF has established working relationships with SEBS academic departments and faculty to create opportunities for students to gain hands on experience through lab involvement. The RU Researching Lab Experience aims to enhance student knowledge in the fundamentals of conducting research. The SEBS EOF Program will host a Faculty Student Research Luncheon.This event will recognize Faculty/Staff and students who are an integral part of the RU Research Experience initiative that encourages students to... continued
Solid GEMS (General Education in Math and Science)
The mission of SEBS EOF is to supply students with quality instruction that enhances student knowledge and application. The Solid GEMS (General Education in Math and Science) program was designed to facilitate student participation in science and math instruction and promote hands-on learning. Solid GEMS is broken up into three components; the Solid GEMS Chemistry Program, Bio House, and Math Quad. Though these programs simultaneously occur during the summer, they cover three different subject areas. Sharing the same module of active learning, SEBS EOF provides supplemental materials, additional instruction/recitation sessions, and computerized software to supplement classroom activities is... continued