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H-LSAMP

Louis Stokes

Wikipedia: Born in Cleveland, Stokes and his brother Carl B. Stokes lived in one of the first federally funded housing projects, the Outhwaite Homes. Louis attended Central High School. Stokes served in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1946. After attending Western Reserve University and Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Stokes began practicing law in Cleveland in 1953.

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The primary goal of the Houston LSAMP, propelled by a partnership among the National Science Foundation, the University of Houston, Texas Southern University, Texas State University, Rice University, the University of Houston-Downtown, the University of Houston-Victoria, the Houston Community College System, the San Jacinto College District, the Houston Independent School District, and numerous corporations, is to significantly increase, within five years, the number of minority students earning baccalaureate degrees each year in STEM fields from the participating universities and prepare them for entry to graduate programs.

The H-LSAMP is currently entering its 13th year of helping underrepresented minorities in STEM. Along with recruiting top students, there has been an increased focus on the transfer of students from community colleges and the retention of students at each site. H-LSAMP scholars have the opportunity to conduct research, peer tutor, lead interactive workshops, and travel to national conferences.