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Bridges to the Baccalaureate Research Training Program at KU/Haskell Indian Nations

The KU/Haskell Bridge 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.

Transitioning To a 4-Year Program

The mission of the Bridge Program is to provide opportunities for students from Haskell Indian Nations University to facilitate their transition from Haskell to other 4-year universities, increasing the number of American Indian students who obtain advanced degrees in science and enter biomedical research fields.

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Program Advantages

In addition to providing students with a mentored research experience and supplemental coursework, the Bridge Program also provided personalized academic counseling, assistance with obtaining financial support at KU or other transfer institutions, local presentation opportunities, and travel support to attend national meetings.

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Find out about the program benefits and if you are eligible.
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KU/Haskell Undergraduate Research Symposium poster session

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