[Eecs-news-links] Graduate Fellowship - Hertz Foundation

Batten, Tina tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Mon Sep 30 20:42:32 PDT 2013


GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS

For innovators in the Applied Physical, Biological, and Engineering Sciences



The Hertz Foundation

Freedom to innovate



November 1, 2013

Application Deadline



We are looking for:

·         Exceptional creativity

·         Broad understanding of physical principles

·         Outstanding potential for innovative research

·         Applying to or enrolled in a PhD program

·         American citizenship or permanent residency



We support research in:

·         Astrophysics

·         Chemistry

·         Computer Science

·         Earth Science

·         Engineering

·         Materials Science

·         Mathematics

·         Physics

·         Quantitative Biology/Biotechnology



Apply today

·         Emphasis on near-term application of applied sciences or engineering

·         Approximately 20 new fellowships awarded annually

·         Over 40 currently participating U.S. research universities

·         Two options available, chosen and time of award

o   OPTION 1: FIVE-YEAR HERTZ

§  $32,000/9 month Personal Stipend*

§  Full Tuition Equivalent

§  Renewable for up to 5 years

o   OPTION 2: FIVE-YEAR COORDINATED

§  Hertz Period – Two Years

·         $37,000/9 month Personal Stipend*

·         Full Tuition Equivalent

Other Fellowship Period – Up to Three Years

$5,000/year Supplemental Stipend* from Hertz

Requires Awardee to accept 3-year Fellowship from another source



*+$5,000/year for dependent child care



www.hertzfoundation.org<http://www.hertzfoundation.org>

Apply Online



Academic Year 2014-2015



The Hertz foundation selects, supports, and mentors the brightest technical people in the nation, giving them all possible freedom to find their creative limits. By further providing them opportunities to interact as a community, we help equip them to meet John Hertz’s challenge to serve the nation.
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