Thursday, October 20, 2011

Thinking of graduate school?? Think NSF first!

Hey graduating seniors!

Thinking of graduate school in mathematics or some math-centric science? How about a Fellowship as a good credential? The National Science Foundation is one place to look. I just got this announcement form a colleague here:

To senior math majors:

NSF will again be awarding Graduate Research Fellowships in math and science. Last year, 2000 fellowships were awarded, including 80 in mathematics. The fellowships are for 3 years and provide an annual stipend of $30,000. The deadline for applications is November 15. (Reference letters are due on November 29.) Information and online applications are available at http://www.nsfgrfp.org/.

Check into it: What is it they always say? "You can't win one if you don't apply" (okay, maybe not they. Maybe only I say that.

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