The National Science Foundation Research Fellowship
ETSU Faculty Representative:
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Phone: (423) 439-5823
$10,500 cost-of-education grant (paid directly to the school for
tuition and fees) and $30,000 stipend annually (for up to three
years), and a $1000 one-time travel allowance. Recipients are
also granted access to the TeraGrid supercomputer.
Applicants must be US citizens, nationals, or permanent resident
aliens, in the final year of their undergraduate program or
first three semesters of their graduate program (i.e. have
completed no more than 12 months of full-time graduate study),
and pursuing a research-based master's or doctoral degree in the
Engineering, Mathematics, Science, or Technology fields
supported by the National Science Foundation.
When to Apply:
Applications are typically due in early November each year.
The oldest graduate fellowship of its kind, the National Science
Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program grants roughly
950 fellowships a year to students early in their graduate study
in a field regularly supported by the National Science
Foundation. While there are no specific, explicit academic
requirements for the Fellowship, it is quite competitive, and
applicants are expected to be excellent students who hope to go
on to become experts in their chosen field and capable of
first-rate research and/or teaching. While the majority of the
Fellowships go to students studying the Life Sciences or
Engineering, a substantial number are granted each year to
scholars in the Social Sciences, Psychology, Chemistry, Physics,
Computer and Information Science, Geosciences, and Mathematics.
ETSU Honors College Scholarships and