University of Nevada
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International Students, Domestic Students
The Graduate Dean's fellowships are limited to incoming domestic and international doctoral students in any approved University of Nevada, Reno doctoral program (Ph.D. or doctorate). There is a maximum of six, one-year fellowships in the amount of $35,000 per academic year ($17,500 per semester). The fellowship also qualifies non-Nevada residents for a waiver of out-of-state tuition.
Graduate Dean's fellowships - University of Nevada, Reno 2021-2022 is available to undertake PhD level programs at University of Nevada.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
There is a maximum of six, one-year fellowships in the amount of $35,000 per academic year ($17,500 per semester)
International and domestic students are eligible.
- The applicant must be a fully admitted, incoming domestic or international student who has been offered admission to a degree-granting doctoral program (Ph.D. or doctorate) at the University of Nevada, Reno at the time of nomination.
- The applicant must meet the minimum requirements for admission to a doctoral degree-granting program at the University of Nevada, Reno Graduate School, either as a domestic or international student.
- Fellows must maintain satisfactory academic progress for financial aid throughout the period of the fellowship and must enroll in nine or more units per semester.
- During the period of the Graduate Dean's Fellowship award, the student cannot hold other fellowships or a Graduate Dean's Merit Scholarship.
- Fellows also cannot hold a position of employment with the University or elsewhere during the fall and spring semesters of the fellowship award. Summer employment during the months of June and July at the end of the fellowship is permitted.
- Fellowship offers for the March 1 nomination cycle should be announced by March 19, and recipients will have until April 15 to accept admission.
- Fellowship offers for the April 2 nomination cycle should be announced by April 19, and recipients will have until May 14 to accept admission.
- Each graduate program is allowed to submit a maximum of two nominations.
- Nominations must be submitted by the graduate program's director, as currently recognized by the Graduate School.
- Nomination decisions should be based on a holistic review or the consideration of a broad range of applicant qualities. Criteria used in the holistic review include GPA, letters of recommendation, personal/research statements, research/work experience, standardized test scores, fit with program faculty, contributions of the applicant to diversity and inclusion and potential of the applicant to make substantive contributions to their discipline.
- Nominations will be made via submission of a 1 to 2-page (800 words or less) nomination statement submitted using the link below. The nomination statement should provide a summary of the student's educational background, academic performance, accomplishments and potential for success in graduate school and beyond. The statement must also include a plan to support the fellow for a minimum of two additional years on a full-time graduate teaching assistantship and/or graduate research assistantship.
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