Students begin their higher education to achieve their career goals need financial assistance. Kansas State University is proudly welcoming candidates to apply for the fantastic NRES Graduate Fellowship. Doctoral students in any discipline with research in the general domains of natural resource management, environmental sciences, human-environment interactions, and sustainability science are eligible and encouraged to apply. Preferred applicants have completed preliminary exams, been admitted to candidacy, and are making excellent doctoral degree completion progress.
The fellowship has been designed to level up the careers of deserving candidates and make their research easy. The primary purpose of the fellowship is to add to the knowledge and skills of talented individuals. The NRES Graduate Fellowship recognizes graduate students with exceptional teaching and/or research achievements and provides recipients with interdisciplinary teaching and research mentoring experience. The university wants to expand the fields with experts and knowledgeable professionals. Students at this university will find a wonderful programme designed to expand student awareness and knowledge and to help them become concerned and educated citizens in the country.
Kansas State University, a public research university with its largest Manhattan campus, Kansas, is commonly shortened to the Kansas State or K-State. Inaugurated in 1863 as state land granting college, it was the first public higher education institution in the State of Kansas. There have been record-high enrollments of 24,766 students in the fall 2014 semester. There are 65 MA programmes and almost 50 doctoral programmes at the Graduate School.
Get details about the fellowship in the table below:
|Organization||Kansas State University|
|Educational Level||Doctoral students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||November 6, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Letter of recommendations|
Who May Be Eligible?
If you are interested in the fellowship, then take a look at the requirements below before applying:
- Doctoral students in any area of study are qualified and encouraged to apply to the general fields of natural resource management, environmental sciences, human-environmental interactions and sustainability science.
- Preferred applicants have completed preliminary exams, been admitted to candidacy, and are making excellent doctoral degree completion progress.
How to Apply
To be considered for an NRES Graduate Fellowship, prepare an application with the needed materials. The university will entertain no late or incomplete applications. Fellows should ensure all the data they are providing is legit. Insufficient or inadequate materials will directly be rejected. All documents should be compiled into one pdf file and forwarded with the subject line NRES Graduate Fellowship Application to the NRES Secondary Major direction at firstname.lastname@example.org. The support letter may be entered in the PDF presentation or submitted separately by major consultants to email@example.com.
- A completed NRES Graduate Fellowship cover sheet should be provided.
- A one-page statement that summarises your requirements for a bursary, your current inquiry and how your bursary supports your career objectives in interdisciplinary teaching and/or research.
- At least one teaching evaluation
- You must present your latest resume (CV).
- A copy of your latest paper, the most accurate representation of your contributions to the management of natural resources, environmental science, human-environmental interactions and sustainable research, is needed.
- A letter from your major mentor to help you meet your current research or future career objectives, explaining briefly how bursaries can benefit you.
The candidate receives the $1,500 reward and must register for the semester for which the bursary is given within at least one loan hour at Kansas State University. Recipients are also eligible to apply for a fellowship maximum of one NRES Travel Award of $500 during the academic year in which the fellowship is awarded. Stipend funds can be used to construct a thesis, research costs, travel related to research, and/or teaching for the recipient. The travel award funds may only, as described in the application, be utilized for travel purposes.
Fellowship applications for the Spring 2021 semester are due no later than November 6, 2020. Please avoid late submissions to be considered for the program.