The annual Student Award Program provides a $3,000 stipend to doctoral and medical students enrolled in Michigan universities to fund a wide range of applied health care research including pilot programs, demonstration and evaluation projects.
Supporting research in science and technology is an important part of NASA’s overall mission. NASA solicits this research through the release of various research announcements in a wide range of science and technology disciplines. Please bookmark and visit often http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external to search for NASA research opportunities that may fit with your graduate research focus.
Current Opening: NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships (NSTRF)
This Fall 2011 Fellowship opportunity is open to US citizens and permanent residents who are pursuing Master’s or Doctoral degrees in relevant space technology disciplines in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Selected fellows will perform research on their respective campus and at NASA Centers and US Research and Development laboratories.
The maximum amount of an NSTRF award is $60,000 per year for a Master’s candidate and $66,000 per year for a Doctoral candidate – this includes a faculty advisor allowance of $9,000.
If interested, please contact Jodi Lehman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Michigan Tech held its Midyear Commencement this past Saturday, with the Board of Control granting 292 bachelor’s degree, 85 master’s degrees, and 24 doctorates.
Two of these students, Casey Rudkin and Josh Carlson, were featured in the Daily Mining Gazette. Casey earned her doctorate in Rhetoric and Technical Communication, and Josh earned his doctorate in Chemical Engineering.
The mission of the NRC Research Associateship Programs (RAP) is to promote excellence in scientific and technological research conducted by the U. S. government through the administration of programs offering graduate, postdoctoral, and senior level research opportunities at sponsoring federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.
In these programs, prospective applicants select a research project or projects from among the large group of opportunities listed on this website. Prior to completing an application, prospective applicants should contact the proposed Research Adviser to assure that funding will be available if their application is recommended by NRC panels. Once mutual interest is established between a prospective applicant and a Research Adviser, an application is submitted through the NRC WebRap system. Reviews are conducted four times each year and review results are available approximately 6-8 weeks following the application deadline.
There are four review cycles annually. Deadlines for 2011 are:
Click here for more information: http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/rap/
The Directorate for Engineering (ENG) and National Science Foundation (NSF) are again offering Graduate Research Diversity Supplements (GRDS). Requests for funding of a GRDS should be made by the Principal Investigator of a currently active ENG research award.
GRDS candidates must be United States citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States. Eligible graduate students must be newly enrolled in, or planning to pursue a PhD in an engineering discipline.
Visit the COS Funding Opportunities site for more information.
Society of Women Engineers has posted updated funding opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level students majoring in any area of engineering.
For a complete listing of graduate scholarship see: http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=264&Itemid=131
For a complete listing of undergraduate scholarships see: http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=230&Itemid=128
The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) awards this fellowship to a graduate from an ABET-accredited engineering program entering a graduate program in engineering. To be eligible for the fellowship, a candidate must be a senior in an undergraduate engineering program that is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The candidate must also have taken and passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and must have been accepted into a graduate engineering degree program at a school with an EAC-ABET-accredited graduate or undergraduate program. U.S. citizenship is required.
Application deadline: March 1st
Award amount: $10,000
For more information visit: http://www.nspe.org/Students/Scholarships/steinman.html
The American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry Graduate Fellowship Program is designed to encourage basic research in the field of analytical chemistry, to promote the growth of analytical chemistry in academic institutions and industry, and to provide recognition of future leaders in the field of analytical chemistry. The program has endeavored to be a model of the benefits of cooperation between the academic and industrial communities, with chemical companies employing Ph.D. analytical chemists sponsoring the fellowships for outstanding analytical graduate students.
The Graduate Fellowship Committee of the ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry, which is comprised of representatives from the sponsoring companies, analytical faculty from undergraduate institutions, and scientists from national laboratories, evaluate the applications and make the fellowship awards. Both nine-month ($21,000) and summer ($7,000) fellowships are available.
The applicant must be a full-time student working toward a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry and must have completed the second year of graduate study by the time the fellowship period begins. The applicant’s research supervisor must be a member of the American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry. Only one nomination per research supervisor will be accepted. Summer Fellowships must begin on June 1, 2011, therefore applicants for summer 2011 fellowships must not have completed their thesis research before September 1, 2011. Nine-month fellowships may begin on June 1, July 1, August 1 or September 1, 2011, therefore applicants for 2011-2012 nine-month fellowships must not have completed their thesis research before March 1, 2012. Applicants for awards in previous years are encouraged to reapply. Previous nine-month fellowship recipients, however, are not eligible for a second award.
Applicants must demonstrate outstanding research ability and accomplishment, as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications in analytical chemistry. Consequently, fellowships are normally awarded to students in their third or fourth years of graduate study when they have established a publication record.
Students must submit an application package consisting of a nomination form from the research advisor, an application describing previous accomplishments and the proposed research during the fellowship period, and all undergraduate and graduate transcripts. In addition, students must arrange to have three letters of recommendation submitted on their behalf.
Application package (due December 10, 2010):
- 1)the completed nomination form from the research supervisor (1 page, available for download here)
- 2)the completed application form (5 pages, available for download here)
- 3)complete undergraduate and graduate transcripts
Please contact Jodi Lehman (email@example.com) or (487-2875) if interested in applying.
The Biotechnology Research Center has announced the recipients of its 2010 Fall Travel Grants:
- Surendar Dhadi (Biological Sciences) will receive $500 toward a podium presentation at the Plant and Animal Genome XIX Conference to be held in San Diego, Calif., in January, 2011.
- Aytug Gencoglu (Chemical Engineering) will receive $500 toward a podium presentation at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, in November, 2010.
- Seyyed Hessam Mir Shah Ghassemi (ME-EM) will receive $500 toward a podium presentation at the Materials Research Society Fall Meeting to be held in Boston, Mass., in December, 2010.
- Kaela Leonard (Chemical Engineering) will receive $500 toward a podium presentation at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, in November, 2010.
- Kefeng Li (Biological Sciences) will receive $500 toward a poster presentation at the Plant and Animal Genome XIX Conference to be held in San Diego, Calif., in January, 2011.
- Sapna Kumari (Mathematical Sciences) received $500 toward a podium presentation at the Genetic Analysis Workshop that was held in Boston, Mass., in October, 2010.
- Chungja Yang (Chemical Engineering) will receive $500 toward a podium presentation at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, in November, 2010.
- Jessica Forrest (BME) received $500 toward a poster presentation at the Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting that was held in Austin, Texas, in October, 2010.
The Graduate School is pleased to announce new theses and dissertations are now available in the J.R. van Pelt and Opie Library from the following programs:
- Applied Ecology
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Physics
- Forest Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology
- Industrial Archaeology
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics