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Read the LSAMP quarterly newsletters:
Spring 2014
Winter 2014
Junior Lara Millman documented her recent experience with the LSAMP-affiliated exploration seminar in Brisbane, Australia for the OMA&D Student Blog. Read more…
David Coven’s early life challenges become a hectic schedule of opportunity Read more...
A proud second-generation Husky, LSAMP student Taylor Boyd is committed to giving back to the community and providing health services to underserved populations. Read more...
OMA&D-affiliated study abroad program in Brisbane, Australia was featured on the Queensland University of Technology website. The UW group used robotic systems to explore and collect data on marine ecosystems. Read more / Student Blog / 2012 Photos / 2013 Photos
LSAMP student Dirir Abdullahi received the prestigious 2014 UNCF/Merck Undergraduate Science Research Scholarship Award. Learn more about his story.
UW Students Get a Taste of Systems Biology. Read more...
The 2011 Pacific Northwest LSAMP Impact Report is now available.
UW Students Participate in Nation STEM Conference. Read more...
Celebrate science! In June 2012, Seattle hosts the area's first science festival. As we mark the 50th anniversary of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, our region's schools, universities, cultural institutions, research centers and businesses come together to celebrate the importance of science and technology. Read more...
UW SACNAS Awarded 2012 National Conference: Oct. 11-14, Seattle, Washington Read more...
Meet Edmonds Community College student: Bridget Begay, Associate of Arts in Biology Read more...
2012 LSAMP Conference at Oregon State University. See more...

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UW Environmental Innovation Challenge Winners Include LSAMP Student Lloyd Pasion Read more...
Emile Pitre, associate vice president for the UW Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, has co-authored a study published in Science that examines how a guided learning approach in a UW biology course helped students, especially educationally disadvantaged students, increase academic performance. Read more...