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NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Information Session

Thursday, April 25, 2019
5 p.m.–6 p.m.
Meliora Hall, Room 221

The NSF GRFP  provides awarded fellows a $34,000 annual stipend for 3 years and a $12,000/year cost of education benefit that is applied towards tuition, health insurance, mandatory health fees.

Are you studying in an eligible STEM field (including social sciences, life/natural sciences and engineering) and are interested in learning how to apply for the fellowship in October, 2019?

Attend an information session led by faculty, current NSF GRFP fellows, the Fellowships and AS&E Research Offices to learn more.

Eligibility requirements include:

  • Being a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident
  • Undergraduate seniors and bachelor's degree holders may apply before enrolling in a degree-granting graduate program.
  • Graduate students enrolled in a degree-granting graduate program are limited to only oneapplication to the GRFP, submitted in the first year or at the beginning of the second year of their degree program.

Review all eligibility requirements and fellowship details in the NSF GRFP Program Solicitation 18-573.

Workshop Preparation:

Before attending the workshop, review the NSF GRFP Program Solicitation 18-573 and the following videos from the National Science Foundation.

Parts III, IV, and V are most highly recommended and will provide critical information on how to submit a successful application.

PART I: Program Foundation

PART II: Eligibility

PART III: The Application

PART IV: Review Criteria

PART V: Submitting a Competitive Application

American Society for Engineering Education NSF GRFP Application Tips

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