Project RAISE CSUF
What is it?
Project RAISE, a regional alliance in STEM education, is a Department of Education Title III HSI-STEM grant awarded to CSUF beginning October 1, 2016. Project RAISE integrates a variety of services and project components to increase the number of Hispanic and low-income STEM students and increase persistence, retention, and graduation rates among participants.
Students can engage in:
- Undergraduate Research Program (URE), an 8-week summer research experience guided by CSUF faculty
- RAISE Transfer Program (RTP), a peer advising and academic support program for students who transfer to CSUF
- Summer Internship Program (SIP), a summer internship program for RTP participants, in collaboration with the Orange County Business Council
Community college and campus partners:
- Participate in advisory board meetings three times a year to discuss grant objectives and activities
- Attend the annual STEM articulation conference to clarify transferring procedures
- Collaborate with Project RAISE staff to host workshops on community college campuses
Honors Transfer Counsil for California (HTCC) Student Research Conference for California Community Colleges at UCI
What is it?
Any OCC student who has taken an honors class at the college can apply to be part of this amazing conference hosted at UCI.
Bay Honors Consortium
First Sautrday in May 2021
Western Regional Honors Council Conference
What is it?
It is a professional organization of faculty, administrators and students dedicated to the promotion and advancement of undergraduate honors education. The WRHC represents honors programs and honors colleges at institutions of higher learning across the 13-state Western Region through an annual conference, newsletters and email communication, and through biannual business meetings at our regional conference and at the national NCHC conference.
Usually held in early/mid April
Also features a reception for SCRIBENDI publication of Honors Program students’ creative works (deadline to submit these is mid October)
National Collegiat Honors Council Confererence
Submissions deadline has past for 2020 but students can still attend conference
Usually held in November
The Community College to PhD (CC2PHD) Scholar Program at UCLA
What is it?
The Community College to PhD (CC2PhD) Scholars Program is an introductory-level social science research and PhD preparation program. Every academic year their undergraduate research program accepts around 25 community college students in social science related majors. Their definition of social science related majors include but are not limited to American Studies, Anthropology, Area/Regional Studies, Business Studies, Cognitive Science, Communication, Criminology, Economics, Education, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies, Geography, Global/International Studies, Human Development, Legal Studies, Linguistics, Media Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy, Social Welfare, Sociology, Study of Religion, and Urban Studies.
Melissa Archibald, Erik Bender, Diane Brown, Katherine Donahoe, Kelli Elliott, Robert Ellis, Jerome Fang, Melissa Ferguson, Erin Gratz, Ulrike Green, Amy Hellman, Sharyn Konick, Jon Mochizuki, Duy Pham, Brent Rudmann, Teresa Scarbrough, Michael Sutliff, Marie Tsaasan, Laura Wagner, and Lane Whitlow