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The SELI program is designed for the advancement of students with disabilities who are interested in careers in chemistry, biochemistry, or aligned fields. Recognizing that people with disabilities constitute at least 13% of the U.S. population under 45 years of age yet comprise only 1.02% of earned doctorates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields, the SELI program strives to provide the experiences, background, and mentoring needed to prepare students with disabilities for graduate school success.


2015 SELI REU participants