This competitive program provides $138,000 in Federal support for your graduate education.
Dr. Sheryl Tucker, Associate Provost for Graduate Education and Dean of the Graduate College, Former NSF GRFP Program Director and Fellow will hold a workshop on how to submit an application to the GRFP. Dr. Tucker’s presentation will include a panel discussion of current and former OSU NSF GRFP Fellows.
Are you in Tulsa and want to see the presentation? The workshop will be simulcast to OSU-Tulsa Main Hall (MCB) 2205 and OSU-Center for Health Sciences D201.
Who should attend? Undergraduates who are United States citizens, nationals or permanent residents nearing graduation; and, first-year and first-semester, second- year graduate students interested in or currently pursuing a graduate degree in one of the NSF-supported fields: Chemistry; Computer & Information Sciences; Engineering; Geosciences; Life Sciences; Materials Research; Mathematical Sciences; Physics & Astronomy; Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education & Learning Research.
The Henry Bellmon Office of Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research has long been a national leader and innovator in scholar development and, more recently, undergraduate research. For over 25 years, our office has prepared students for the future, whether in competition for prestigious national and international fellowships, admission to top graduate schools, securing highly competitive jobs, or attaining the skills required to grow as a leader. The past has taught us that diverse programs, targeted to a wide range of majors, year classifications, and interests, has been the most successful way to elevate a large number of students’ educational experience.
Our office enhances undergraduate opportunity, encourages student-faculty mentoring, and promotes retention through scholarship/fellowship success, undergraduate research, international experience, and individual/institutional recognition. We hope you will join our team, as student, faculty or supporter, in broadening OSU’s reputation as a top school for scholars who develop their academic abilities in exceptional ways, increasing the national visibility of our students, university, and state.