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S-STEM Program

The S-STEM program is a year-long program for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) majors. An S-STEM student completes a project or conducts advanced work in an area that is supervised by a faculty member. In order to participate, the student must be a STEM major, be enrolled full-time, be a US citizen or permanent resident, have at least a 3.0 gpa (or a 2.5 in some cases) and be in financial need. Should the student finish the project successfully, the student receives a stipend of $1500 at the end of the year.

Prof. Abdramane Serme is currently the math department liaison for the S-STEM program. Students who are interested in participating in the program but who do not yet have a mentor, or faculty who are interested in mentoring students but who do not yet have a student to mentor, may contact Prof. Serme, and he will try to match students with faculty.

To Qualify:

To qualify for the program, a student must:

A student applying for S-STEM scholarship will be disqualified if he/she has already another BMCC scholarship.

To obtain a copy of the S-STEM application, contact Dr. Abdramane Serme.

Upon successful completion of the project at the end of the semester, the student must write up a summary of research progress; the student will then receive a stipend of $1500.


Applications are typically due by the end of September (or a few days earlier) in the fall and by the beginning of March in the spring.


The application/contract requires:

Samples of Past S-STEM Student Projects:

Faculty who have mentored an S-STEM student:

In the math department, the following faculty have mentored S-STEM students in the past:

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