INTEGRATIVE GRADUATE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH TRAINEESHIP (IGERT)
Engineered Bioactive Interfaces and Devices
IGERT trainees receive a $30,000/year stipend for two years with standard departmental support for the remaining years of study. In addition, funds are available for tuition and travel to conferences as well as an allotment for research supplies. Students with an interest in engineered bioactive interfaces and devices are eligible for this traineeship. This multidisciplinary traineeship program, funded by the National Science Foundation, is limited to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. For more information, please visit the IGERT web page.
The department also has many other fellowships available for graduate students in their second and subsequent years in the program.
For more information, write to: