FIU Nuclear Energy University Fellowships Program (US DOE)- Deadline Jan 25

FIU Nuclear Energy University Fellowships Program sponsored by the US Department of Energy (Office of Nuclear Energy-Nuclear Energy University Programs-NEUP)

The FIU Nuclear Energy University Fellowships Program funded by the US Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy is supporting excellent graduate school applicants and 1st year students, planning to complete their dissertation in fields associated with of Nuclear Energy. FIU Nuclear fellow graduates are well positioned for employment in the US Nuclear Industry, US Department of Energy Facilities, such as National Laboratories, the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission , the US Department of Defense, as well as other branches of academia, industry, and government.

Eligibility (for incoming FIU graduate students):

  • Have earned a BS degree in a STEM discipline
  • Complete application to one of FIU graduate programs
  • U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
  • Minimum 3.5 undergraduate GPA
  • Future interest in a nuclear/radiochemistry related research project and nuclear energy-related employment

More information in the attached announcement and link https:/neup.inl.govSitePages/Fellowship%20Information.aspx

Attached Announcement- Fellowship

Eligibility (for current FIU graduate students):

  • Good current standing in an FIU Ph.D. program
  • Graduate GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
  • Future interest in a nuclear/radiochemistry related research project and nuclear employment

More information in the attached announcement and link https:/neup.inl.govSitePages/Fellowship%20Information.aspx

Attached Announcement- Fellowship

Award Benefits:

  • Up to $50,000 of annual support, including annual stipend plus full tuition/fees for a period of 3 years.
  • State of the art research projects with faculty mentors in the fields of Nuclear Chemistry and Radiochemistry
  • Professional development seminars, workshops, and social events
  • Travel funding to professional meetings
  • Funding for research materials and supplies
  • Interdisciplinary research opportunities
  • Opportunities for summer research and networking at State-of-the-Art Nuclear Facilities at National Labs, such as Oak Ridge National Lab, Savannah River National Lab, and Idaho National Lab.

Application Deadline: Jan. 25th, 2017

Program Link: https:/neup.inl.govSitePages/Fellowship%20Information.aspx

Application Link: https:/secureportal.inl.govcaesproposal/Home/Login.aspx

FIU Program Contacts for NEUP Fellowships:

  • Konstantinos Kavallieratos, Ph.D., Program Director, kavallie@fiu.edu, (305) 348-6034
  • Dave Roelant, Ph..D. Program Co-Director, roelantd@fiu.edu (305) 348-6225

Program Contacts for Graduate Studies in Chemistry (Radiochemistry Ph.D. track)

  • Watson Lees, Ph.D., Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduate Program Director. leeswj@fiu.edu (305) 348-3993
  • Maggie Autie, Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduate Office Specialist, mautie@fiu.edu, (305) 348-3596