The Richard W. Jobling Distinguished Research Assistantship is made possible through a generous donation to Marquette University in support of graduate students in the sciences. Students enrolled in, or admitted to Ph.D. programs for NSF-defined STEM disciplines will be eligible.
The purpose of this program is to encourage and support research activity by Ph.D. students in the fields of science or engineering. Recipients can be new or current students at Marquette University. Awardees must use the time provided by the award to conduct research relevant to their specific interests under the supervision of their research mentor or other qualified faculty member.
Amounts: A two-year $19,000 stipend and full tuition scholarship.
Eligible Programs: Biological sciences; biomedical engineering; chemistry; civil engineering; clinical psychology; clinical and translational rehabilitation health science; computational sciences; electrical and computer engineering; mechanical engineering, neuroscience.
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