Welcome to the Colorado- Wyoming Alliance for Minority Participation (CO-WY AMP)
The CO-WY Alliance for Minority Participation is a two-state initiative funded by the National Science Foundation that supports students, programs at individual schools, and initiatives meant to increase the number of underrepresented students in STEM.
To recruit, retain, and graduate historically underrepresented
students earning baccalaureate degrees in STEM.
students in STEM
URM STEM degrees
granted by CO-WY AMP
institutions since 1996
Graduate training in biostatistics allows you to take your undergraduate scientific training and work in research and industries that improve human health, the environment, and medical treatments. Boston University’s MS and PhD programs will provide you with comprehensive training in statistical theory and application, all while beginning to build your professional network in Boston. We…
A new report by the Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities (APLU), funded by NSF, has a number of recommendations regarding recruitment and retention of diverse faculty in STEM, titled Strengthening Pathways to Faculty Careers in STEM: Recommendations for Systemic Change to Support Underrepresented Groups. The following is a summary of the report’s recommendations: Develop…
Through its Distinguished Undergraduate Awards program, USRA offers scholarships to undergraduates who have shown a career interest in aeronautics or space research related fields, or in space science education. Eligible majors include aerospace engineering, astronomy, astrobiology, biophysics, computer science, earth science, electrical and mechanical engineering (with applications to aerospace engineering or space science), geophysics, geology, mathematics,…