The UCF Research and Mentoring Program (RAMP) is designed to provide undergraduate students, who may be interested in pursuing graduate education, with research experience while working closely with a faculty mentor. In addition, the students participate in a variety of workshops designed to increase their awareness and knowledge of graduate school education. The aim of this program is to encourage more students from those populations who are traditionally underrepresented in graduate education to attend graduate school.
RAMP Scholars are attending graduate programs all over the states. Read about the schools and programs our alumni are attending!
Anamary Leal, who was accepted into the Doctoral Program in Computer Science at Virginia Polytechnic, has been awarded the prestigious GEM Ph.D. Science Fellowship by the National GEM Consortium. You can read more about Anamary and other talented RAMP scholars in our program newsletter, the RAMP Review.
Research and Mentoring Program
P.O. Box 162001
Computer Center II, Room 221
Orlando, FL 32816-2001