Fellowships

Fellowship: Fredrick N. Andrews Fellowship

Description: The Andrews Fellowships are for the recruitment of outstanding Ph.D.-track students to graduate programs at Purdue University. Each fellowship provides a four-year award package to the fellow, which includes two years of stipend support from the Graduate School and two additional years of funding support from the graduate program. The Andrews Fellowship, whether administered as a fellowship or as an assistantship, also provides tuition coverage and a medical insurance supplement.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Students do not apply directly. Selection of the recipients is conducted by the graduate committee of the department.

Year Recipient
2019 Renee Pite
2018
2017 Vasundhara Kaul
2016
2015 Monica Williams
2014



Fellowship: Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship

Description: The Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship provides support to outstanding Ph.D. candidates in their final year of doctoral degree completion. Bilsland Fellows are expected to devote full-time effort to the completion of all doctoral degree requirements to receive the doctoral degree at the conclusion of the fellowship tenure.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Application and letter of support from advisor to Graduate Secretary

Year Recipient
2019
2018 Soon Seok Park
2017 Joy Kadowaki
2016 Jong Hyun Jung
2015 Patricia Morton
2014 Seoyoun Kim, Zhenyu Tang



Fellowship: George Washington Carver Fellowship

Description: The George Washington Carver Fellowship is awarded to doctoral-seeking students from historically black colleges and universities, Hispanic-serving institutions, or tribal colleges who have demonstrated superior academic achievements and scholarly abilities. Recipients must aspire to a career as a professor of higher education.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Students do not apply directly, but must complete the diversity essay as part of their admission application. Nominations are made by the graduate committee of the department.




Fellowship: Charles C. Chapelle Fellowship

Description: The Charles C. Chappelle Fellowship provides a one-year fellowship to students with undergraduate degrees from Purdue for the furtherance of post-graduate research at Purdue University. Chappelle Fellows are selected on the basis of character, intellectual ability, and promise of degree attainment. The Chappelle Fellowship provides a stipend, Graduate School Fellow Scholarship, payment of most fees, and a medical insurance supplement.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Application and letter of support submitted to Blackboard LEARN




Fellowship: Knox Fellowship

Description: The David M. Knox Fellowships are awarded to masters-seeking students to enhance the diversity of the graduate student body through the recruitment of students with diverse backgrounds, views, and experiences. The Knox Fellowship commits a two-year award package to the fellows, which includes one year of stipend support from the Graduate School and one additional year of funding support from the graduate program. Tuition and fee coverage and a medical insurance supplement are also provided.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Students do not apply directly, but must complete the diversity essay as part of their admission application. Nominations are made by the graduate committee of the department.




Fellowship: Lynn Fellowship

Description: The Lynn Fellowship is intended to recruit outstanding Ph.D.-track students to interdisciplinary graduate programs at Purdue University. Each fellowship provides a four-year award package to the fellow, which includes one year of stipend support from the Graduate School and three additional years of support from the interdisciplinary graduate program. The Lynn Fellowship, whether administered as a fellowship or as an assistantship, also provides tuition coverage and a medical insurance supplement.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Students do not apply directly. Selection of the recipients is conducted by the graduate faculty that administers the interdisciplinary graduate program.

Year Recipient
2019
2018 Catherine Stepniak
2017
2016 Callie Zaborenko
2015
2014



Fellowship: Purdue Research Foundation (PRF)

Description: The Purdue Research Foundation (PRF) Research Grants are one-year awards distributed through the EVPRP to assist faculty by providing support for a half-time (0.50 FTE) PRF Research Assistant at the Ph.D. level for their effort in the development of new or the continuation of ongoing research projects.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Application and signed application form from advisor/faculty to Graduate Secretary

Year Recipient
2019 Monica Farrelly and Marissa Rurka
2018 Siyun Peng
2017 Blakelee Kemp and Jared Wright
2016 Soon Seok Park, Preethi Krishnan, and Andrew Raridon
2015 Chris Malackany
2014 Chris Bunka



Fellowship:  Purdue Doctoral Fellowship

Description: The Purdue Doctoral Fellowships support the recruitment of outstanding Ph.D.-track students who will enhance the diversity of the graduate student body in graduate programs at Purdue through their diverse backgrounds, views, and experiences. Each fellowship provides a four-year award package to the fellow, which includes two years of stipend support from the Graduate School and two additional years of support from the graduate program. The Purdue Doctoral Fellowship, whether administered as a fellowship or as an assistantship, also provides tuition coverage and a medical insurance supplement.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Students do not apply directly. Selection of the recipients is conducted by the graduate committee of the department.




Fellowship: Ross Fellowship

Description: The Ross Fellowships are for the recruitment of outstanding, Ph.D.-track students to graduate programs at Purdue University. Each fellowship provides a four-year package to the fellow, which includes one year of support from the Graduate School and a commitment by the graduate program of three additional years of support. The Ross Fellowship, whether administered as a fellowship or as an assistantship, also provides tuition coverage and a medical insurance supplement.

Eligibility: Graduate Student

Due Date: Spring Semester

How To Apply: Students do not apply directly. Selection of the recipients is conducted by the graduate committee of the department.

Year Recipient
2019 Ramiro Jimenez
2018 Reilly Kincaid and Yongguang Xue
2017 Yifei Hou
2016 Jiayin Hu and Samantha Hansford
2015 Laura Bruster, Ellen Rochford, and Kia Hastings
2014 Jenean Cox and Marissa Rurka

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