The STEP Bridging Program for sophomore STEP students provides unique research, teaching, and recruiting opportunities for undergraduate students who have successfully completed the STEP Freshman Science Seminar and who are continuing to major in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics disciplines. The objectives of this aspect of the program are to...
Students who have completed the STEP Freshman Science Seminar series (STEP 101/102/103) and who have written a research, teaching, or recruiting proposal that has been approved for funding are eligible to participate in the Bridging Program for STEP sophomores.
Students participating in the Bridging Program as STEP sophomores are expected to present their projects at SOURCE.
If you are an incoming transfer student and you would like to apply to the STEP program, please see the STEP Bridging Program for Transfer Students page.
If you have any questions about the STEP Bridging Program for sophomores, please contact Colleen Falconer, theSTEP Program Coordinator.
Justin Rodriguez, a junior at Central Washington University, received a $50,000 EPA fellowship for hWelcome To CWU, STEP Freshmen And Bridging Students!
Fall Quarter begins Wednesday, September 23rd, and we want to extend a warm "Welcome!" to new STEP sWinter 2014 STEP Lunch
We will be having our Winter 2014 STEP Lunch on Thursday, February 13th from 12:00 to 12:50 PM in Li