The Bridges program provides Haskell students with a mentored research experience in a KU bioscience research lab and tuition support to attend KU for one year. The program also provides personalized academic counseling and career development, and local opportunities to present research as well as financial support to attend at least one national scientific conference.
The KU/Haskell Bridges Program is offered through the Office for Diversity in Science Training, which coordinates the management of several externally-funded programs for underrepresented students at KU and Haskell Indian Nations University.
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