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Subject: NSF Graduate Fellowship Info Sessions - May 30 and June 7

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NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

Are you planning or pursuing graduate studies toward a Ph.D. in life or
physical sciences, math, engineering, or social/behavioral sciences?

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) is the largest and
one of the most prestigious awards available to support graduate studies
toward Ph.D.’s in science, math, engineering, and social/behavioral fields.
The NSF award provides 3 years of support, with an annual stipend of $34,000.
You can learn more about the NSF award at www.nsfgrfp.org

The National Scholarships Office is offering two early summer NSF GRFP
information sessions for students planning to apply this Fall 2018 or in
subsequent years.

Current undergraduates at all levels and recent alumni are welcome to attend,
as are those who will be first or second year graduate students in Fall 2018.

NSF Info Session 1:
Wednesday, May 30 from 4:05 pm to 5 pm
Plant Sciences Building - Room 1130
RSVP to [log in to unmask]

NSF Info Session 2:
Thursday, June 7 from 4:05 to 5 pm
Plant Sciences Building - Room 1130
RSVP to [log in to unmask]

If you are interested but unable to attend either session please email us at:
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Eligibility: You must be a US citizen or Permanent Resident to apply for the
NSF Graduate research fellowship. You must be planning or pursuing graduate
studies in an NSF supported field.  IMPORTANT: Students may apply TWICE for
the NSF GRFP - once before starting graduate studies, and once during the
first two years of graduate study. To enhance your chance of success is it
essential to apply at each opportunity.

NSF GRFP Fall 2018 Deadlines:
October 22, 2018: Life Sciences – Geosciences
October 23, 2018: Engineering / Materials Research / Computer and Information
Sciences and Engineering
October 25, 2018: Social Sciences – Psychology – STEM Education
October 26, 2018: Mathematical Sciences – Chemistry – Physics/Astronomy


Contact Person: Francis DuVinage
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