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NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Workshops

Available only to US citizens or permanent residents. The award is offered to "ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States." The award is for students pursuing "research-based masters and doctoral degrees." The amount is $34,000 stipend over 12 months, plus $12,000 per year for tuition and fees. The award is for 3 years and must be used over a 5-year period.

NSF GRFP resources: https://www.nsfgrfp.org

To assist Purdue students in applying for the NSF GRFP, Purdue hosts several workshops.
Register for a workshop here


NSF GRFP Fellowship Workshops - Strategies for Success

Monday, September 11th
11:30am - 1:00pm

Wednesday, September 13th
12:00pm-1:30pm

For U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents who are seniors or first-year graduate students. Learn the strategies for submitting competitive fellowship applications for U.S. national fellowships such as NSF, NDSEG, NIH. Hear suggestions from fellowship application reviewers, gain an understanding of the process, and get tips for enhancing your application.

NSF Fellows Panel (Engineering / Math & Physics Focus)

September 11, 2017
5:30pm-7:00pm

A presentation by current and former graduate students who have authored successful NSF grants, geared toward engineering, math and physics disciplines. They will be discussing their experiences with the NSF application process and will be open to questions and discussion from workshop attendees. This workshop is geared toward students whose research falls under the science and engineering programs, but all majors are welcome. Light food and drinks will be provided.

NSF Fellows Panel Workshop (Science, AG, HHS, & Vet Med Focus)

September 13, 2017
5:30pm - 7:00pm

A presentation by current and former graduate students who have authored successful NSF grants, geared toward Science, AG, HHS, and Vet Med disciplines. They will be discussing their experiences with the NSF application process and will be open to questions and discussion from workshop attendees. This workshop is geared toward students whose research falls under the science and engineering programs, but all majors are welcome. Light food and drinks will be provided.

NSF Fellows Panel Workshop (CLA, Eng Ed, Sci Ed Focus)

September 19, 2017
5:30pm-7:00pm

A presentation by current and former graduate students who have authored successful NSF grants, geared toward CLA, Eng Ed, and Sci Ed disciplines. They will be discussing their experiences with the NSF application process and will be open to questions and discussion from workshop attendees. This workshop is geared toward students whose research falls under the science and engineering programs, but all majors are welcome. Light food and drinks will be provided.

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