While involved with the boot camp, participants receive a $1,000 stipend for housing and other expenses.
Participants may also be eligible for a travel or research award of up to $1,000 if they submit a complete proposal to one of the identified fellowships.
The subject will read: "Upload Thesis/Dissertation to Thesis Center".
NOTE: submissions made past the deadline will not be processed until the beginning of the following semester.
Staff in the Graduate School serve as coordinating officials for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program, the Ford Foundation’s Pre-Doctoral and Dissertation Completion Fellowships, the Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship, the U. Department of Education, Fulbright Hays Program, the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships and the Josephine De Karman Fellowships.
Ph D students applying for external fellowships that are “institutionally limited,” meaning that there is a limit placed on the number of students who can apply, or whose applications require the approval of a university official, should contact the Graduate School well in advance of any deadlines.
DISCCRS (pronounced "discourse") is built on the premise that successful interdisciplinary scholarship begins with a core area of expertise and grows with the development of broader knowledge and through a network of collegial connections across disciplines.
The aim of DISCCRS is to foster such interdisciplinary work by connecting new researchers who are striving to create and integrate knowledge across multiple disciplines and to develop creative solutions to problems relating to climate change.
The deadline for finalizing publishing information is the degree conferral date of the given term.
This is the final step required for degree conferral.