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College of Arts & Sciences Resources

College of Arts & Sciences Resources

INSG Program


INCREASING THE NUMBER OF STEM GRADUATES (INSG)

Biology  •  Chemistry  •  Computer Science  •  Engineering Technology  •  Mathematics  •  and Physics

The INSG Program manages activities that are designed to increase the number of STEM graduates at Grambling State University.  S-STEM scholarships are available to incoming freshmen who have at least a 3.00 high school grade point average on a 4.00 scale and have declared a STEM major.  The INSG program also provides supplemental instruction in mathematics and science courses.

The INSG program activities are funded by a grant (DUE-0631071) from the National Science Foundation.

*WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE INSG SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
INSG Supplemental Instructor Application

INSG Supplemental Instructors:

2007/2008 – 2011/2012

  • Solomon Adeyemi
  • Suean Fontenard
  • Chantal Francis
  • Dede Frederick
  • Anya James
  • Karma James
  • Elisa James
  • Shana Laudat
  • Kahla St. Marth
  • William Mathis
  • Kachi Ndubuisi
  • Glysina Penn
  • Charlie Prospere
  • Ivan Smith
  • Roxan Stephenson
  • Tiffany Thomas
  • Tiffany Victor
  • Nalda Wallace