Now accepting applications for the 2012 John Zink Graduate Fellowship Fund
August 24, 2012
The fund provides opportunities for three students each year to work with faculty in combustion research. Students who are selected agree to: (1) share their resume a semester in advance of their graduation with the John Zink Company; (2) tour the world class John Zink Company R&D Test Center and manufacturing facilities in Tulsa and (3) attend one of the John Zink Institute’s combustion training classes in Tulsa at no charge. Each student will be called a “John Zink Company Scholar” and receive a one-time fellowship of $5,000.
Requirements: To be eligible, a graduate student must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be enrolled at Purdue University full time. Only students who are interested in combustion research need apply. A report and presentation will be due two weeks before the end of the semester during which the fellowship is received. Previous recipients are not applicable to apply again.
To apply and for adidtional information please click here.
Deadline is Oct 1, 2012 at 12:00 p.m.
- Pankaj Sharma
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