IN LSAMP (Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation) is a program whose goal is to increase participation and advancement of underrepresented students in STEM. Dr. Grace Muna of the chemistry department is the organizer for the IU South Bend chapter of the program.
Merilee Britt has taught chemistry at IU South Bend for over 22 years. She earned Merit Status, a promotional category that recognizes outstanding contributions of Associate Faculty, in 2019. This status is awarded to those who have made a professional commitment to IU South Bend.
Let’s meet some of our fellow students who are making an impact as women in STEM on campus.
If you are a computer science major at IU South Bend, your leaders are women from the ground up. All-IU President Pamela Whitten leads your system, Chancellor Susan Elrod leads your campus, Dean Brenda Philipps leads your college, and your program – computer and information sciences – is chaired by Dr. Dana Vrajitoru.
Dr. Grace Muna is an associate professor of chemistry here at IU South Bend. Her research focus is in analytical chemistry.
By: Eva Monhaut Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Another scholarship and research-based opportunity for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines is now seeking applications. The deadline for this year is fast approaching on Dec. 1. The Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship-for-Service Program offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate students alike in […]