2012 Fellowship and Scholarship Competition Opens


SRC Announces the competition for the Graduate Fellowship Program (GFP) and Master's Scholarship Program (MSP) for the 2012-2013 academic year.

These prestigious awards provide full tuition and fees. Students will also be awarded a monthly stipend of $2,320 beginning fall 2012. The GFP supports doctoral students for up to five years of study; the MSP provides support for up to two years.

GFP Criteria

  • Open to students who are or will be pursuing a Ph.D. degree under the guidance of a Global Research Collaboration (GRC) or Nanoelectronics Research Initiative faculty member and GRC or NRI funded research contract
  • US citizen or permanent resident status
  • Qualified students must have at least two years to completion of the Ph.D.
  • A limited number of fellowships may be awarded for one year to promising students just beginning graduate studies, but not having a clear GRC connection. If a connection is made to a GRC contract within the year, the fellowship will continue for the full tenure

MSP Criteria

  • US citizen or permanent resident status
  • Women and members of underrepresented minority categories are encouraged to apply
  • Open to students who are or will be pursuing a Master's degree under a GRC research contract and under the guidance of GRC designated faculty


Instructions and application materials are available in a zip file for easy download. Please visit the Fellowship and Scholarship page on the SRC website for more information including details on support and eligibility requirements.

Completed application materials must be received by February 15, 2012. Please direct questions to apply@src.org.

Robert M. Burger Fellowship Competiton

The Robert M. Burger Fellowship also being competed this year.  This Fellowship is for doctoral study in non-technology topics related to microelectronics and the semiconductor industry. Relevant topics include public policy (e.g. regulatory, tax/fiscal, immigration, or federal investment in research and education), management, technology policy, fiscal, innovation, workforce education, or economic issues. The Robert M. Burger Fellowship is awarded to a graduate student who is a U.S. citizen and who is pursuing or planning to pursue a doctoral program.

Please download the specific instructions and application materials to apply for this fellowship (no longer available). Applications for this award are due by March 15, 2011. Questions should be sent to apply@src.org.

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