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Sloan Minority Ph.D. Program (MPHD)

The MPHD Program offers substantial scholarships and other forms of support to underrepresented minority students who are matriculated for a doctoral degree in engineering, the physical and natural sciences, or mathematics at a limited number of partner universities. Students must self-identify as African-American, Hispanic, or American Indian/Alaska Native, and be U.S. citizens.

Prospective Sloan Scholars at UCEM Institutions

The following institutions have been designated as Sloan University Centers for Exemplary Mentoring (UCEM) and have been awarded funds. All questions about the possibility and process by which prospective students may be considered to become Sloan Scholars and receive scholarship and other forms of support should be directed to the point(s) of contact at these University Centers. The table below provides contact information and the fields that are supported at each institution.

 

Forms

Below are the forms for current Sloan UCEM Scholars:

Spending Plan
Academic Report
Expenditure Report
Graduate Contact Sheet


UCEM Schools & Disciplines


The following University Centers of Exemplary Mentoring are currently funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.


UCEM

Program Director

Title

Eligible Fields of Study

Email

Cornell Univ Logo

Dr. Jose F. Martinez

Associate Dean for Diversity and Academic Affairs

Engineering

Agricultural & Life Sciences

martinez@cornell.edu

Jami P. Joyner Director, Diversity Programs in Engineering jami.joyner@cornell.edu

Duke Graduate School

Dr. Paula D. McClain Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Education

Chemistry

Computer Science

Mathematics

Physics

Statistical Science

Biomedical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

ucem@duke.edu

Dr. Calvin Howell

Professor of Physics

Dr. Jacqueline Looney

Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Associate Vice Provost for Academic Diversity

jlooney@duke.edu

Georgia Tech Logo

Dr. Stephen M. Ruffin

Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

GTSloan@coe.gatech.edu

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Logo

Dr. Leslie A. Kolodziejski Professor of Electrical Engineering

Biological Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Mechanical Engineering

leskolo@mit.edu

Penn State Logo

Dr. Fred S. Cannon

Professor, Environmental Engineering

Science

Engineering

Agricultural Sciences

Earth & Mineral Sciences

Information Sciences and Technology

Human Development

Intercollege Graduate Degree Programs

fcannon@engr.psu.edu

Dr. Stephanie D. Preston Associate Dean, Graduate Educational Equity sdp163@psu.edu

UC San Diego

Albert P. Pisano

Professor and Dean, Jacobs School of Engineering

Jacobs School of Engineering

The Graduate Division

Division of Physical Sciences

DeanPisano@eng.ucsd.edu
April Bjornsen Assistant Dean, Graduate Student Affairs & Admissions abjornsen@ucsd.edu

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Logo

Dr. Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko

Dean of Graduate College

College of Engineering

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (Physical and Mathematical Sciences)

wojtek@illinois.edu
Dr. Ellen Wang Althaus Director, Sloan UCEM at Illinois The Graduate School sloan-ucem@illinois.edu

Univ of South Florida

Dr. Jose Zayas-Castro

Associate Dean for Research, College of Engineering

Engineering


Marine Sciences

josezaya@usf.edu

Mr. Bernard Batson Director, Diversity Programs
College of Engineering
bbatson@usf.edu

 

Can other Universities become part of the Sloan MPHD Program?

The Sloan Minority Ph.D. Program is not accepting new unsolicited applications to participate at this time.