SUBJECT: This coming fall, 2019, ANSLAMP scholars will participate in an online initiative about intercultural communication. The initiative is designed to help scholars gain intercultural skills, which are critical for navigating cultural differences. These skills will be especially useful for scholars who plan to participate in the ANLSAMP experiences in Costa Rica, Panama, France, South Africa, and/or transfer to a four year non-tribal college or university.
ADDITIONAL INFO: Students who opt-in will be randomly placed into one of three groups. Depending on the group that they’re placed in, scholars will receive different amounts and types of information about intercultural communication.
STIPENDS: Depending on their group assignment, they will be able to earn between $50 and $200 for participating in this initiative.
ANLSAMP Scholar Program
Students with strong interpersonal skills, who are enrolled in a STEM discipline at one of our partner institutions, seeking or involved in research activities with a mentor, and have a 2.5 GPA or greater are eligible for consideration into the ANLSAMP Scholar Program.
ANLSAMP Scholar Benefits
- Eligible to receive academic financial support through paid stipend
- Eligible to have travel expenses to approved STEM conferences reimbursed by ANLSAMP
- Eligible to participate in additional intern and research opportunities
STEM Classification for Instructional Program (CIP) codes can be found here:
A primary activity of the LSAMP-NICE is the promotion and funding of mentor awards. Faculty members mentoring a student participating in research abroad are eligible for the $8,000 awards. Research abroad includes International Research Experiences for Undergraduates (iREUs), LSAMP International Activities, other NSF funded activities with an international research component affiliated with PIRE, STC, IRES, etc., and other similar projects. An awarded faculty mentor would receive $8,000 to support the development and advancement of international research experiences for students at the undergraduate and graduate level. These awards may be used in a variety of NSF allowable expenses to support the faculty member, such as travel to the international host site; development of a new international partnerships; support for research supplies, and other expenses that would support the development of international collaboration. With each application, the faculty member is required to submit a budget outlining planned used for the award.
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SUBJECT: Stipends, Salary and Progress Reports due
STIPENDS: After your Spring ’19 semester/quarter we are requesting that you work with your accounting office to submit an invoice/expenditure report for reimbursement of your Fall semester/quarter Stipend Awards, along with your unofficial transcripts for verification of cumulative g.p.a.’s. AMP Scholar stipends will remain the same, please see the AOM. AMP Scholars must be a full-time student with 12 credits and have a cumulative g.p.a. of 2.50 or greater, in order to be eligible to receive a stipend award.
SALARY: Also, you may request reimbursement for ½ of your AMP Liaison Salary or $500. The new AMP Liaison Salary is $1,000 per year, which is reduced from $2,100. You may request for ½ now and at the end of the academic school year you may request the balance.
WHO IS ELIGIBILE? ANLSAMP Scholars
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: ANLSAMP Scholars are eligible to receive a travel stipend in order to participate in a STEM related conference, meeting, or workshop. ANLSAMP may reimburse an ANLSAMP Institution either a portion or all of the cost for participation in a STEM related conference, meeting, or workshop. Your Liaison can review the AMP Operations Manual (AOM) for the annual travel amount allowed based on the number of AMP Scholars at your Institution. Reimbursement is contingent upon prior approval by the ANLSAMP Project Coordinator or Program Manager and subject to SKC & government travel rates at http://www.gsa.gov.
DISBURSEMENT: Students must receive approval from the ANLSAMP Projects Coordinator or Program Manager prior to departing for the proposed function. After a student has attended the function, ANLSAMP will reimburse the Institution within 30 days of receipt of a final approved Actual Travel Budget Expenses form and all receipts including but not limited to: registration fees, airline ticket stubs, lodging, and other expenses directly related to the event. Please include all receipts with the exception of meals, which we use the government rates at http://www.gsa.gov .