Diversity in Science Learning Community Applications due May 1st
Diversity in Sciences Living-Learning Community
The Diversity in Sciences Living-Learning Community (LLC) is open to incoming freshmen that are underrepresented students in sciences and mathematics disciplines. Programming offered during the academic year supports the development of scholars who are prepared to pursue STEM graduate and professional education and enter the STEM workforce. Residents participate in a variety of academic, personal development and career exploration activities intended to build a sense of community and increase understanding of STEM disciplines.
Classes: Students will take one or more of the following courses:
- BIOL 1020/1021 – Principles of Biology/Lab
- BIOL 1030/1031 – Organismal Biology/Lab
- MATH 1130/1150/1610 – Pre-Calculus/Calculus 1
- UNIV 1150: Special Topics with Learning Strategies
Programming: Events that students may choose to participate in include "Meet the STEM student organizations," "Real Talk: Your future in Science," , and learn about undergraduate research opportunities from upper-level students engaged in current research projects at Auburn University.
Applications are due May 1st