The Ph.D. program in Earth and Environmental Sciences at the City University of New York has the following opportunities for Ph.D. students entering the Fall Semester of 2016:
- Up to four Graduate Center Fellowships for qualified candidates. This fellowship provides students with tuition and $25,000 each year for the first five years of study. The fellowship consists of a $23,000 stipend in the Fall and Spring semesters, a $2,000 summer research stipend, a graduate assistantship, a tuition award, and eligibility for low-cost individual or family NYSHIP health insurance.
- One or more five-year Presidential MAGNET Fellowships for qualified candidates. This fellowship is awarded to incoming students from underrepresented groups who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. It comprises an annual stipend of $24,000, a graduate assistantship, tuition and fees, and eligibility for low cost health care insurance. The fellowship covers full in-state tuition for five years; for the first year, out-of-state students receive an additional tuition supplement covering up to 12 credits per semester. Fellows also receive a $1,000 start up stipend in the first year to help with the costs of beginning doctoral studies; during the third year Fellows receive a $1,500 research/travel stipend to help lay the ground work for the dissertation project.
- Up to two Science Fellowships which provide $24,000 per year for two years, and in-state tuition to students in the first ten semesters they are registered. In many instances, in years three through five, faculty grants supplement Science Fellowships.
These fellowships are competitive and will be given to the most qualified students.
Deadline for applications is December 15, 2015.
For more information go to the program web site at: