National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Seminars
The Office of the Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education will be hosting a series of seminars to help students understand, prepare for, and write for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship application process. Some materials will be provided below following the seminars.
Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP): Program Solicitation
NSF GRFP Information SessionDr. Susan Finger, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Associate Dean of IDeATe
This presentation focuses on the overall Graduate Research Fellowship Program Application, covering all elements including but not limited to the general information, eligibility, summary of essay requirements, faculty recommendations and support for the submission of the application.
Writing Your NSF GRFP Personal StatementThis Global Communications Center workshop will help you write your personal statement for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program. We will discuss how to avoid common pitfalls made in the personal statement to help you create a compelling narrative that shows how you offer “intellectual merit” and “broad impact.” We will also examine the language and rhetorical strategies used in several fellowship-winning examples. For questions, please contact Suzie Laurich-McIntyre, Ph.D.
The GRFP Personal Statement Peer Review WorkshopIf you were unable to attend the sessions, or have questions, please contact Suzie Laurich-McIntyre, Ph.D.