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Post-Graduate Opportunities!

Here is a list comprised of various opportunities of minorities in STEAM!


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Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship

It’s an exciting new fellowship program for graduate students at the national estuarine research reserves. One two-year fellowship opportunity will be available at each of the 29 coastal sites. Through a research project, fellows will address a key coastal management question to help scientists and communities understand coastal challenges that may influence future policy and management strategies.

The research reserves represent the apex of estuary science. At these coastal sites, fieldwork, research, and community engagement come together to create the scientific advances that change our communities and our world. Specific fellowship benefits include the following: The ability to develop meaningful cross-discipline research projects in conjunction with scientists, community leaders, and other organizations. Networking opportunities with the annual fellowship class of 29, plus the other professionals across the reserve system, NOAA, and community partners. Professional guidance and mentori…

Early Summer NSF Grad Fellowship Info Session

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION SESSIONS
ARE YOU PLANNING GRADUATE STUDIES TOWARD A PH.D. IN SCIENCE, MATH, ENGINEERING, SOCIAL, OR BEHAVIORAL FIELDS?
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
199 MARYLAND SENIORS, RECENT ALUMNI, AND GRADUATE STUDENTS HAVE WON NSF GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS IN THE PAST 6 YEARS!
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.
We are offering two EARLY NSF GRFP information sessions for students planning to apply this Fall 2019 or in subsequent yea…