SOHLIS is for you if you are interested in STEM programs like math, physics, chemistry and biology. Through SOHLIS you will be provided with opportunities, academic and social support, and experiences that will help prepare you for high-demand fields.
The SOHLIS project is funded by a federal grant to support Hispanic and Low-income students interested in STEM fields.
SOHLIS is available to any Dominican University students and transfer students, who are studying a STEM subject.
Students attending Bergen, Rockland and Westchester Community Colleges are invited contact the Transfer and Bridge Advisor for more information. The Transfer and Bridge Advisor will help you join the SOHLIS project programs and will stay with you as a mentor and academic advisor straight through to graduation.
Applications for these undergraduate research internships are being accepted for the summer of 2022. The opportunities are funded by the Department of Education through the STEM Opportunities for Hispanic and Low-Income Students (SOHLIS) project. Interested students will have the opportunity to apply to one of the following undergraduate research programs in the fields of: biodiversity, computational biology, and organic synthesis/medicinal chemistry. The successful applicants will receive a summer stipend for their participation in this program.