At the graduate level African Americans/Blacks are extremely under-represented in UC graduate and professional programs. UC seeks to improve the representation of this population by investing in relationships and efforts between UC faculty and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
UC LEADS prepares promising students for advanced education in science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM).
Strategic partnership that increases access to graduate studies at UC campuses for Chilean students.
CONICYT is Chile's National Commission for Scientific Research. The organization furthers scientific and educational cooperation between Chile and external agencies.
Summer program offering students from HBCUs an opportunity to launch their future in business management at a UC graduate business school.
The California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education
The Forum allows underrepresented students to explore graduate opportunities and resources by participating in numerous workshops at a day-long event.
This program is designed to support the doctoral aspirations of individuals who are current upper-division or graduate students in the CSU. Economically and educationally disadvantaged students, along with leaders of tomorrow, are encouraged to apply. UC partners with the program to introduce participants to student research opportunities at the ten UC campuses.
This program encourages outstanding women and minority Ph.D. recipients to pursue academic careers at the University of California.