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UC-National Lab In-Residence Graduate Fellowships (UC-NL GF)

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Academic Level:
Graduate Students (PhD)

These Fellowships support doctoral graduate students to conduct in-residence dissertation research at Los Alamos or Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in any area relevant to the labs.

2-year awards, with a merit-based Year 3 extension option; Annual fellowship amount is $60,000; Fellowship includes supplemental travel funding of $5,200 per award)

UC graduate students in any area of research relevant to the national labs who meet the following criteria (detailed in the RFP) may apply for a fellowship to conduct dissertation research and receive research mentorship on-site at LANL or LLNL:

• Enrolled in one of the 10 UC campuses and advanced to candidacy at commencement of award

• Have an identified LLNL or LANL scientist to serve as a mentor and research supervisor at the lab

• Have the proposed research and training approved by their UC faculty advisor

• Must commit to devoting 80% time to the research in the proposed plan and spend a minimum of 6 months/ fellowship year in residence at the lab
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Participating Institution(s):
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University of California System (Lead)
Los Alamos National Laboratory

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