Boise State University
NSF Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowship
- Stipend of $32,000 annually, plus tuition and fee supplement, up to $12,000 annually, for first 2 years.
- Continued funding support at unit level through to graduation.
- Community building among Fellows.
- Indiviual faculty mentors provided to Fellows.
- Enriched academic and research opportunities.
- Participation in annual PNEW SAMP Alliance Conference and Graduate Showcase.
- website: https://www.boisestate.edu/stem/lsamp/bridge-to-doctorate-fellowship/
Ohio State University
Summer Research Opportunities Program Ohio State University
- Perform Research: Supervised by Ohio State Faculty
- Earn a Stipend
- Be Eligible for the Osmer Fellowship at Ohio State
- website: go.osu.edu/srop-info
- email: email@example.com
Rutgers Graduate School/ Newark
BRIDGE TO THE DOCTORATE PROGRAM (GARDEN STATE LSAMP)
- Generous Support: Fellowships include $32,000/year +tuition for two years, with additional support for years three-to-five.
- Academic & Research Support: Fellows receive academic and research support, designed to launch their careers as high-impact scholar-researchers.
- Professional Development- Fellows receive comprehensive professional development and mentoring, designed to place them into postdocs and academic careers.
- Contact Dr. Alexander Gates at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Apply for Bridges to the Doctorate at: https://www.gsn.newark.rutgers.edu/copy-of-bridge-to-doctorate-program
University of Cincinnati
Yates Fellowship Program:
Open to Master’s and doctoral students, 25 students each year., Master’s students receive full tuition scholarship for 2 years plus a stipend, Doctoral students receive a full tuition scholarship for four years, plus a stipend.
Provost Graduate Fellowship:
Open to incoming PhD students, this three year fellowship provides a full tuition scholarship and an annual stipend of $25,000.
Graduate Dean’s Excellence Scholarship:
Open to incoming doctoral students, this scholarship provides a one-time supplementary award of $3,00 in the student’s first fall semester.