Colorado Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP)
AGEP Assistantship Award Program
There is no current AGEP funding available for 2014/15. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has previously awarded CSU, in alliance with the University of Colorado-Boulder, a grant to support the Colorado Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP). NSF's AGEP Program seeks to significantly increase the number of underrepresented minority students (African American, Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander, and those enrolled in American Indian and Alaskan Native tribes) who have been historically underrepresented in obtaining graduate degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The long term goal of the AGEP Program is to support students to earn their PhDs and seek careers as university professors.
Comprehensive Academic-Related Program (CAP) for Graduate Students of Color
Spring 2015 Events
- CAP Dinner - February 5, Thursday, 5:30 pm
- CAP Luncheon with Dr. Tony Frank, CSU President - March 4, Wednesday, noon to 1:30 pm
- CAP Dinner with Dr. Alan Rudolph, CSU Vice President for Research - March 26, Thursday, 5:30 pm
- CAP Spring Reception - April 9, Thursday, 5 pm
Mark you calendars, we will be meeting as usual in the Ram’s Horn dining area in the Academic Village– the Horsetooth Room. The CAP Spring Reception will be held in the Grey Rock Room at the Lory Student Center.
If you have attended before—it will be great to see you again. And if you haven’t been able to make it—now’s your chance. You don’t want to miss out on meeting with the leadership of our university, as well as socializing with peers. More information to be announced about our upcoming February dinner.
For more information about CAP, check out our brochure.