Funding and Fellowships – URE Open Activities Calendar
|Wednesday, June 12, 2019 @ 04:00 pm EDT — Wednesday, June 12, 2019 @ 05:00 pm EDT|
|Get paid to go to graduate school! Learn about various sources of funding – including assistantship and fellowships – that not only pay you a modest salary but also cover your tuition. Then, take a more in-depth look at the application process for the nation’s most prestigious fellowship: The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Learn tips from a former reviewer on how to position yourself for success! Please note that while the first few slides of this presentation will be helpful to everyone, the National Science Foundation Fellowship is only available to US Citizens and Permanent Residents.
Dr. Audeen Fentiman, Professor of Engineering Education and a former reviewer for the NSF
Dr. Jackie McDermott, Assistant Director of Graduate Student Recruitment and Retention, may also be involved in the presentation.
This session is open to all undergraduate researchers but is part of the SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship) program. We appreciate SURF opening this seminar up to anyone who is interested.
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