The Office of Graduate Education helps students find and compete for external fellowships and grants. Workshops that introduce the funding search process and target specific awards are offered on an ongoing basis. One-on-one writing consultations are available to support students in crafting clear, concise, and compelling proposals.
NSF-GRFP, NDSEG, SMART, and other large fellowships: An evening with current and former fellows who generously answered questions about applying to these large and multi-year programs.
Please CLICK HERE to see a video of the Fall 2020 presentation.
Fellowship 101 - Introduction to External Funding: Fellowships allow you to set your own research agenda; they also carry prestige and help develop your career. In this session we’ll cover the basics, including where to search for funding and what goes into a successful application. Learn about opportunities for full fellowships with stipends, travel grants, opportunities for research abroad, and more. External funding is not just for US citizens! We’ll discuss options for international students as well.
Fellowship 101 is currently being offered virtually by request for any department or group. Contact madige@rpi to request a session.
Writing for Fellowship Applications: Prepare to put together strong application materials for any fellowship program. An online series of activities is being developed. Check back for progress soon!
Individual consultations for selecting and applying to fellowships are available by email and Webex. The office is part of a national fellowship advisor support network that can provide information and support for application to most programs. Additionally we will review and provide feedback of your application personal and research statements via email; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Always discuss your research proposal with your advisor before seeking additional feedback.
Additional writing assistance is available at the Center for Global Communication+Design.