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Research Fellowship Program Info Session: National Science Foundation


Recurring Date Info:
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Brace Laboratory Room: 105
510 Stadium Dr
Lincoln NE 68508
Additional Info: BL
Diana Pilson,
Applications for the fellowship are due each October: The NSF GRFP is a competitive and highly prestigious fellowship for students pursuing research-based graduate degrees in the basic sciences and social sciences. Fellows receive a $37,000 stipend plus tuition for 3 years at the graduate program of their choice. Students who begin to prepare early will submit more competitive applications.
Learn more about NSF GRFP here:

Who should attend?
current Sophomores interested in research and graduate school
current Juniors and Seniors who plan to apply to graduate school in Fall 2023 or beyond
current first-year Graduate Students who did not apply for an NSF GRFP in fall 2022
also invited: faculty and staff working with student applicants

Event Schedule
February 9 - NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program overview
February 16 - How to be a competitive NSF GRFP applicant
February 23 - Personal statements
March 2 - Research statements

NSF GRFP Eligibility:
US citizens and permanent residents applying to US graduate programs in any of the basic
sciences and social sciences supported by NSF (i.e. not research focused specifically on improving
human health or agriculture).

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This event originated in CAS Career Development.