Purdue University offers Fellowship to Minority and Hispanic Students for Doctoral Studies, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2013
Scholarship Program: George Washington Carver (GWC) Doctoral Fellowship
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: Purdue University funds for Fellowship.
Level of Study: The Scholarships are available for Doctoral Studies.
Subject(s): The Fellowship is provided for Studies in all the subjects offered by University.
Duration: The tenure of the George Washington Carver Fellowship award is five years,
Number of Awards: Number of awards are no specified.
Am I Eligible? Applicant must be a graduate of an HBCU or HSI, or have attended a Tribal college for two years and graduate of an accredited U.S. high school.
(2) Aspiring to a career as a professor in higher education and demonstrating superior academic achievements and scholarly abilities.
What does it cover? It Covers Stipend of $20,000; Graduate School Fellow Scholarship; Graduate Appointment Fee, Repair and Rehabilitation Fee, International Student Fee (where applicable), (Differential Fee is not paid) and Medical insurance supplement.
How do I Apply? You Can Apply Electronically.
Scholarship Description: The George Washington Carver (GWC) Doctoral Fellowship is awarded annually to encourage students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Hispanic-serving institutions (HSI), or Tribal colleges, who have demonstrated superior academic achievements and scholarly abilities, to attend Purdue University. Recipients of this fellowship are doctoral-seeking students who aspire to a career as a professor in higher education. The George Washington Carver Fellowship was initiated in honor of this great African-American educator, researcher, and innovator.
Application closing date: The Deadline to Apply for the Fellowship is 25 January, 2013.