Graduate School-managed Faculty Nominated Fellowships

The following fellowships are awarded to incoming graduate students who are selected by their department/college based on their applications to the Purdue graduate program.

George Washington Carver Fellowship

Prospective PhD students from historically black colleges and universities, Hispanic-serving institutions, or tribal colleges who have demonstrated superior academic achievements and scholarly abilities are nominated by their departments for the Carver Fellowship. Recipients receive five years of stipend/salary and tuition coverage.  Information on deadlines and applications materials can be found here.

David M. Knox Fellowship

Masters program applicants from diverse backgrounds are considered by their department for the Knox Fellowship, which provides two years of stipend/salary and tuition coverage. Information on deadlines and applications materials can be found here.

Puskas Memorial Fellowship

The Puskas Memorial Fellowship is awarded to master's-seeking or doctoral-seeking students who have an affiliation with Romania.  Puskas Fellows receive a stipend/salary with tuition coverage.  Information on deadlines and applications materials can be found here.


Department faculty looking to nominate incoming students for these awards should view the Graduate School Managed Faculty Nominated Fellowships page under “Fellowship Resources for Staff”.

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