To help train the next generation of mathematicians, scientists, and
engineers, the Vermont-NASA EPSCoR program offers Graduate Research
Fellowships and Postdoctoral Research Fellowships. Fellows provide
research support on individual Vermont-NASA EPSCoR research projects and
are mentored by the project's Principal Investigator. Since the
University of Vermont is the only comprehensive higher education
institution in the State offering graduate degrees in mathematics,
science, and engineering, Graduate Research Fellowship applicants should
be enrolled in or entering an appropriate graduate program at UVM. In
the case of Postdoctoral Fellows, there is no restriction to a UVM-related
research project. However, preference will be given to recent recipients
of a Ph.D.
Graduate Research Fellowships include an academic year stipend, summer
salary, and UVM graduate tuition remission. The salaries for
Postdoctoral Research fellows are competitive. Appointments are normally
made for one year, but, subject to funding, extensions are possible.
Students and recent doctoral recipients interested in these Fellowships
should see the Research Project section of this website and contact the
Principal Investigator of an appropriate project. Applicants may also
contact the Vermont-EPSCoR Project Director directly.