Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, and Government and Politics students were all either awarded or received honorable mention as NSF Graduate Research Fellows in 2015! The eight BSOS graduating seniors who received the awards will enter graduate school next year fully funded to start their PhD studies and research. This gives them a huge advantage at the beginning of their graduate careers.
Take a course that aims to help you receive this same award!
Associate Dean and Professor Carl Lejuez is offering a summer 2015 workshop to walk you through preparation of an outstanding application for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! This is an incredible opportunity to be mentored by Dr. Lejuez, who is an accomplished researcher and who has had great success mentoring students in preparing funded social sciences grants.
Please click here to apply for the summer workshop by May 1, 2015. You will be asked to upload a PDF of your "unofficial" transcript as part of the application. If accepted, you will have the option of registering for the 1 credit class in Summer I. A non-credit option is also available, but you must still apply. All course materials will be available on ELMS.
For questions regarding registration, please contact, Blessing Enekwe at firstname.lastname@example.org