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Info Session: National Security Research Fellowship Program
Ray Adomaitis - ISR and CheBE
Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 12:00-1:00 pm Calendar
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Professor Ray Adomaitis will be presenting information on a new ISR initiative, the National Security Research Fellowship Program.
This program will help to recruit, mentor and educate the next generation of science and technology professionals for national security positions. It hopes to attract and retain students into advanced scientific education programs. You must be a U.S. citizen to participate in this program.

Fellowship programs are being developed for both undergraduate and PhD students and will be supported by a combination of industrial sponsors and federal agencies. One- and two-year programs at the undergraduate level will allow students to perform research on topics relevant to the sponsors, with an internship with the sponsor between the junior and senior years. Students will be paid at an hourly rate competitive with the best industrial internships.

ISR is looking to launch the undergraduate program in Fall 2019, followed by the PhD-level program at a future time.

Pizza will be served!

This talk is organized by Rebecca Copeland