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Attending a workshop is the best first step in discovering awards that work for you. We ask that you attend a workshop prior to meeting with our advisors.

Workshop Spotlight

Fellowships and Scholarships Boot Camp for PhD Students

Do you have an interest in learning more about funding opportunities for graduate-level work, research or dissertation funding? This boot camp will help you prepare competitive applications. You will learn more about how to apply for funding and what review panels are looking for.

August 13 and 14
9-11:00 a.m.
215 Natural Science Complex

Fulbright Application Development Workshops for Rising Seniors and Graduate Students

Would you like to spend a year researching, teaching English or earning a master’s degree abroad? The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides funded opportunities to do so and there are more than 150 countries from which to choose.

To qualify, an applicant must be a U.S. citizen and hold a bachelor’s degree by the time the Fulbright Scholarship starts. An applicant holding a doctoral degree at the time of application is ineligible. Applications will be due in the fall.

In this program you will learn more about the Fulbright, country selection, affiliates and how to develop a strong proposal.

July 30 and 31
9-11 a.m.
107 Capen Hall

Aug. 8 and 9
2-4 p.m.
Virtual

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) Workshops for First Year PhD Students and Rising Seniors

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards three-year scholarships for graduate study in mathematical, physical, biological, engineering, and behavioral and social sciences, including the history of science. This fellowship carries a stipend of $32,000 per year plus a cost of education allowance to cover tuition and fees for three years. This is a significant graduate fellowship that affords students the freedom to focus on their research and lessen the time to degree completion.

To qualify, applicants must be U.S. citizens, have U.S. national status or be permanent residents, and intend to pursue a research-based master’s or PhD program in an NSF-supported field. Applications become available in August and the deadlines vary by discipline but are generally in late October and early November.

You will learn about review criteria for the NSF GRFP and other awards, what the review panels are looking for and how to write a strong research proposal.

Aug 15 and 16
9-11 a.m.
Virtual

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