The National Science Foundation funds the Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRF) program which provides graduate students with a generous stipend and full tuition for up to 3-years. To apply for this funding a proposal must be written and submitted with application due data of mid-October. Senior undergraduates and first- and second-year graduate students from STEM or STEM education disciplines are most eligible to apply. A workshop to discuss the NSF GRF will be held on Sept. 9, 2019. See details below.
When? Monday Sept. 9, 2019 12-1 pm
Where? 120 Advanced Engineering Research Building (AERB), Evansdale Campus, WVU
NSF GRF Details? Click here.
Workshop RSVP? Nancie Yost (email@example.com) by Sept. 5, 2019
More details? See the attached.
Help with preparing your NSF GRF application? Contact the ASPIRE Office (ASPIRE@mail.wvu.edu) and see the info on their website.