National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship

For up to three years of graduate study at a U.S. institution leading to a research-based master's or doctoral degree in mathematics, science, engineering, social science, or history/philosophy of science. Includes $32,000 annual stipend, cost of education allowance, and one-time travel allowance. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident and must be enrolled at a US graduate institution in fall. SENIORS, recent GRADUATES, and first-year GRADUATE STUDENTS may apply. Approximately 2700 are awarded nationally.

 

This scholarship does not require a nomination from the University of Minnesota. The Office for National and International Scholarships consults with interested students on assembling competitive applications, helps them prepare for interviews or other stages of the selection process as necessary, and publicizes results.

 

Application Deadline: 
October 21-26, 2020 (depending on field of study)
Campus Contact: 
Application Year(s): 
Senior; After Graduation
Award Type(s): 
Graduate

University of MN Recipients

 

  • 2020 – Ashleigh Adams, Mathematics
  • 2020 – Anuraeg Bukkuri, Mathematics
  • 2020 – Matthew DeJong, Chemical Engineering
  • 2020 – Judith Dominguez, Mechanical Engineering
  • 2020 – Katharina Fransen, Chemical Engineering
  • 2020 – Bailey Nebgen, Chemistry
  • 2020 – Cara Nix, Mathematics
  • 2020 – William Ogden, Mathematics
  • 2020 – Levi Palmer, Chemistry
  • 2019 – Aliza Beverage, Physics/Astrophysics
  • 2019 – Elizabeth Dean, Biochemistry and Neuroscience
  • 2019 – Anna Nagel, Evolutionary Biology
  • 2018 – Haley Beech, Chemical Engineering
  • 2018 – Kendra Bergstedt, Physics and Mathematics
  • 2018 – Philip Leung, Genetics and Cell Biology
  • 2018 – Lucy Yang, Mathematics
  • 2017 – Rajendra Beekie, Mathematics
  • 2017 – Danielle Chase, Mechanical Engineering
  • 2017 – Stephanie Hart, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
  • 2017 – Jonathan Schultz, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
  • 2017 – Anthony Tabet, Chemical Engineering
  • 2016 – Jacob Kautzsky, Chemistry
  • 2016 – Nathan Klein, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • 2016 – Rachel Soble, Biochemistry and Computer Science
  • 2015 – Sarah Bening, Biomedical Engineering
  • 2014 – Daniel Boman, Mechanical Engineering
  • 2013 – Lucas Caretta, Materials Science
  • 2013 – Paul Carlson, Chemical Engineering
  • 2013 – Ross Kerner, Materials Science
  • 2013 – Sam Schreiner, Aerospace Engineering
  • 2012 – Sean Bowman, Computer Engineering
  • 2012 – Spencer Knight, Chemistry
  • 2012 – Julian Lo, Chemistry
  • 2012 – Brett Neubauer, Mechanical Engineering
  • 2012 – Ethan Poole, Scandinavian Langs & Finnish, Linguistics
  • 2012 – Grant Remmen, Astrophysics, Physics, Mathematics
  • 2011 – Nardine Abadeer, Chemistry
  • 2011 – Simon Gebrehiwet, Physics
  • 2011 – Ashley Hammerbeck, Civil Engineering
  • 2011 – Katie Wolf, Computer Science and Mathematics
  • 2011 – William Wolf, Chemistry
  • 2010 – Timothy Sosa, Fisheries & Wildlife, Ecol, Evol & Behavior