Applications are invited for Doctoral Evidence Acquisition (DEA) fellowship to support doctoral students at FIU University Graduate School (UGS). DEA Fellowships provide a stipend of $8,300 per term for one term.
For this doctoral fellowship, applicants must be currently enrolled for a minimum of three (3) dissertation credits. Fellowship will be awarded to students who have no means of financial support to collect the evidence needed for their doctoral research. Primary consideration is justification related to the type of activities involved in data collection.
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Study Subject (s): Fellowship is awarded to study any course available at UGS.
Course Level: Fellowship is available for undertaking doctoral research program.
Scholarship Provider: University Graduate School (UGS), Florida International University
Scholarship can be taken at: USA
Eligibility: To be eligible for consideration for a DEA, applicants must:
-be currently enrolled for a minimum of three (3) dissertation credits
-have D-2 and D-3 forms approved the term prior to applying for thisfellowship
Scholarship Open for International Students: Both domestic and international students can apply for this doctoral fellowship.
Scholarship Description: The Doctoral Evidence Acquisition (DEA) Fellowship is specifically intended to support doctoral students for whom their current means of financial support would significantly interfere with or preclude their ability to collect the evidence needed for their doctoral research. A DEA Fellow is awarded a stipend to enable evidence acquisition that otherwise would not be possible. Evidence acquisition activities that might be supported by the DEA Fellowship include, but are not limited to, off-campus library/archive research, field work, experiments, interviews, collection of specimens, etc.
Number of award(s): Not Known
Duration of award(s): DEA Fellowship will be awarded for one term (three dissertation credit hours per term).
What does it cover? DEA Fellowships provide a stipend of $8,300 per term for one term. UGS will provide a tuition waiver for, three dissertation credit hours per term. Any additional credits beyond the three that are required will be the financial responsibility of the student.
Notification: The UGS notifies departments of awards and sends an official letter to recipients on 16th June, 2014.
How to Apply: Nomination form (attached) needs to be submitted with supporting documentation. Please submit completed electronic applications in a single pdf file/application to dudleym-at-fiu.edu. Hard copy submissions will not be accepted.
Scholarship Application Deadline: Closed