One goal of the MemphiSTEM program is to strengthen U of M STEM clubs by encouraging
student participation, particularly for freshmen. Strong student organizations in
the STEM fields can promote interaction between peers within similar majors and enhance
understanding of STEM career opportunities, and improve retention in STEM fields.
NEW-STEM Outreach Activity Mini-Grant!
The STEM Outreach Activity Mini-Grant program is designed to encourage participation in U of M student STEM clubs. This special
request for proposals (RFP) is specifically for student organizations to propose development
of an engaging, hands-on activity designed to increase K-12 students' interest in
STEM professions. Awards of up to $400 will be made to student organizations addressing
the RFP criteria.
Please click here to apply for a STEM Outreach Mini-Grant!
STEM Club Mini-Grant Program
The STEM Club Mini Grant program is designed to encourage participation in U of M student STEM clubs. Mini-grants
in the amount of $400 will be awarded to U of M student organizations submitting winning
proposals. We encourage STEM club chapter leaders and members to apply for mini-grants
Increase student participation in STEM organizations
Enhance professional development and/or career exploration for undergraduates
Increase opportunities for service learning and outreach activities for undergraduates
You may propose any activity deemed to fulfill one or more of the above objectives.
For example, you may organize a lecture, career networking session, or social to encourage
student participation in your student organization.
Please click here to apply for a STEM Club Mini-Grant.