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LSAMP Alumni

In order for us to keep up-to-date with the growing number of accomplishments of our LSAMP alumni, we encourage all former UM LSAMP participants to fill out the alumni registration form.

UM LSAMP alumni are former UM undergraduate and graduate students that have participated in:

  • LSAMP Scholarship Program
  • Bridge Program for Scientists and Engineers
  • Math Bridge Program
  • STEM Mentoring Program
  • LSAMP Undergraduate Research Program
  • Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowship Program
  • Student Organizations: Black Engineers Society (BES), Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), and Student Community for Outreach, Retention and Excellence (SCORE)

Alumni Spotlights

Mr. Reginald Covington received his Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics and Economics in May 2006. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics at Cornell University.  Reginald’s future goals include successfully completing his doctoral studies and becoming a professor at the University of Maryland. Reginald was an active participant in the LSAMP Scholarship Program.

LSAMP Value: “Involvement in the LSAMP program impacted my experience in a number of ways. Because of my involvement, I was introduced to highly motivated and competitive minority students in the college, which motivated me to perform better.”


Roshe' Copeland Roshe' Copeland graduated cum laude in 2007 with a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. She is currently employed with HDR Engineering, Inc. While at the University of Maryland, she participated in the Bridge Program for Scientists and Engineers, the LSAMP Scholarship Program, and the Undergraduate Research Program. During the 2006-07 academic year, she served as the President of the Black Engineers Society, the UM chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.

LSAMP value: "I believe the LSAMP program is effective in promoting different opportunities for students. The program allows students to understand how they can advance their educational experience and set new goals. The LSAMP program also prepares students by providing them with the skills and tools to achieve different goals in higher education."


Brian HayesMr. Brian Hayes received his Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Engineering in December 2007. He is currently attending the Georgia Institute of Technology for graduate studies. During his undergrad years, Brian was an active participant in the UM LSAMP Program. Brian participated in the Bridge Program for Scientists and Engineers, the LSAMP Scholarship Program and the Undergraduate Research Program. Brian also served as an undergraduate Math Mentor for the STEM Mentoring Program.

LSAMP Value: “I liked the support and guidance towards a goal [of graduate school], we didn’t think was possible or for us.” [LSAMP] should “keep providing support and guidance and encouragement to attend graduate school, so students know the importance and reality that they can do it."