The National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program
The National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program offers a three-year stipend of $30,000 a year for beginning graduate study learning leading to a research-based degree in science, technology, engineering, math, or social sciences. Fellows also receive a tuition waiver.
Mizzou students are competitive
10 current and former Mizzou students received NSF GRFP funding in 2012!
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Informational session for sophomores and juniors*
Monday, April 23, 2012
Bond Life Sciences Center
*seniors and first year grad students are welcome to attend
The GRFP competition opens this summer for those who will be starting graduate school in the fall of 2013 and those currently in the first year of graduate school. At this stage in your studies, it is critical that you take steps now to become competitive in the year that you apply. The sooner you start on key activities, the strong your impact becomes!
We are available to advise you on efforts to become competitive. Please come talk with us on April 23. This event is sponsored by the MU Fellowships Office, Office of Undergraduate Research, & Graduate School.