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Sloan Dissertation Fellowship

CHEMISTRY
Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Thomas Mallouk, The Pennsylvania State University
Tom Muir, Princeton University
Melanie Sanford, University of Michigan

COMPUTATIONAL AND EVOLUTIONARY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Pavel Pevzner, University of California, San Diego
Molly Przeworski, Columbia University

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Jennifer Rexford, Princeton University
Ronitt Rubinfeld, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


ECONOMICS
Andrew Atkeson, University of California, Los Angeles
Judy Chevalier, Yale University
Matthew Gentzkow, Stanford University

MATHEMATICS
Anna Gilbert, University of Michigan
Christopher Hacon, University of Utah
Terry Tao, University of California, Los Angeles

NEUROSCIENCE
Lynn Landmesser, Case Western Reserve University
Amita Sehgal, University of Pennsylvania
Terry Sejnowski, University of California, San Diego

OCEAN SCIENCES
Samantha Joye, University of Georgia
Lisa Levin, University of California, San Diego
S. George Philander, Princeton University

PHYSICS
David Awschalom, University of Chicago
Gibor Basri, University of California, Berkeley
Catherine Kallin, McMaster University
Ann E. Nelson, University of Washington

Fee waiver and fellowship information specifically for McNair scholars can be found at the COE McNair Scholars fee waiver page.

Graduate Student Funding Opportunities:

The links below are generally organized by discipline. These are various agencies and organizations, both private and governmental, that offer support for graduate study. Some of the support opportunities are “full-ride” research fellowships, others are limited-duration research internships, while some others provide a set amount of funds for a specific scholarly work. The resources listed below are for graduate study and scholarly research; access to the available slots and funds are typically competitive and will require a formal application. See the individual website for each opportunity to discover the particular application requirements and process.

The sources of funding listed below are not necessarily specific to a particular institution of higher learning.  These sources are from private and public organizations that have ties to higher education, but are not degree-granting entities.

If you discover any other sources of graduate funding that you would like to share with the McNair community, please email the site administrator with the funding information (at least the name of the source, or perhaps its web page address).

Arts & Humanities:

Business:

Diversity:

General Graduate/Scholar:

Life and Health Sciences:

Social Sciences:

Science and Engineering:

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