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Unregistered
06-10-09, 11:36
Dear friends:

The following message is import for those who want to pursue higher education in science:

Washington, DC - U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced today that
up to $12.5 million in funding from the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act will be awarded in early 2010 to support at least 80
graduate fellowships to U.S. students pursuing advanced degrees in
science, mathematics, and engineering through the newly created
Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Fellowship program. The
goal of the fellowship program is to encourage outstanding students to
pursue graduate degrees in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics,
engineering, and environmental and computer sciences - fields that will
prepare students for careers that can make significant contributions in
discovery driven science and science for national needs in energy and
the environment.



"Training the next generation of U.S. scientists and engineers is
critical to our future energy security and economic competitiveness,"
said Secretary Chu. "This Fellowship is part of the Administration's
effort to encourage students to direct their talents towards careers in
science and our nation's next technology revolution."



To be eligible for the Fellowship, applicants must be U.S. citizens and
currently a first or second year graduate student enrolled at a U.S.
academic institution, or an undergraduate senior who will be enrolled as
a first year graduate student by the fall of 2010. Applicants must be
pursuing graduate study and research in the physical, biological,
engineering and computational sciences. Interested students can apply
online at: http://www.scied.science.doe.gov/SCGF.html



Each fellowship award will be $50,500 per year for three years to
provide support for tuition, living expenses, research materials and
travel to research conferences. Fellowships will be awarded on the
basis of peer review. Applicants may begin submitting applications on
September 30, 2009. Completed applications are due November 30, 2009.

Unregistered
06-10-09, 14:02
Dear friends:

The following message is import for those who want to pursue higher education in science:

Washington, DC - U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced today that
up to $12.5 million in funding from the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act will be awarded in early 2010 to support at least 80
graduate fellowships to U.S. students pursuing advanced degrees in
science, mathematics, and engineering through the newly created
Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Fellowship program. The
goal of the fellowship program is to encourage outstanding students to
pursue graduate degrees in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics,
engineering, and environmental and computer sciences - fields that will
prepare students for careers that can make significant contributions in
discovery driven science and science for national needs in energy and
the environment.



"Training the next generation of U.S. scientists and engineers is
critical to our future energy security and economic competitiveness,"
said Secretary Chu. "This Fellowship is part of the Administration's
effort to encourage students to direct their talents towards careers in
science and our nation's next technology revolution."



To be eligible for the Fellowship, applicants must be U.S. citizens and
currently a first or second year graduate student enrolled at a U.S.
academic institution, or an undergraduate senior who will be enrolled as
a first year graduate student by the fall of 2010. Applicants must be
pursuing graduate study and research in the physical, biological,
engineering and computational sciences. Interested students can apply
online at: http://www.scied.science.doe.gov/SCGF.html



Each fellowship award will be $50,500 per year for three years to
provide support for tuition, living expenses, research materials and
travel to research conferences. Fellowships will be awarded on the
basis of peer review. Applicants may begin submitting applications on
September 30, 2009. Completed applications are due November 30, 2009.

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