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NSF Fellowship Workshops

Resources of support available at Purdue as well as a reminder about an upcoming series of workshops on how to prepare a successful NSF Fellowship Application. The workshops are offered by Dr Lisa Nielsen, Grant Writer and Director of Postdoctoral Office at Purdue Graduate School. The sessions listed in the flyer will provide a strong foundation that can be built upon.

Workshops:
Personal Statement - May 12, 3:30-4:30, Online or YONG B83 Register

Research Statement - May 19, 3:30-4:30, Online or YONG B83, Register

 

The NSF Fellowship provides three years of funding ($34,000 annual stipend) for Graduate School. Furthermore, besides the financial benefit, receipt of external funding exemplifies excellence in research, writing and scholarship.

 

The eligibility requirements for the NSF Fellowship include:

  • US citizenship or permanent residency 
  • Have not applied for the NSF Fellowship previously as a graduate student
  • Either senior undergrad, first year or second year grad student as of Fall 2022 - "first year" means first year in any graduate program. 

Please reach out to lnielse@purdue.edu with any questions.

Last Updated: May 4, 2022 9:27 AM

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