Graduate Alumni Fellowships, University Research Fellowships, and George R. MacDonald Fellowships are University-wide awards administered by the Graduate School. These awards of $5,000 each for the academic year are made on a competitive basis to nominees selected by the departments. Scholarly potential and academic excellence are the sole criteria for the awards.
South Carolina Graduate Incentive Fellowships of $5,000 for master's students or $10,000 for doctoral students are available to minority graduate students. These awards are renewable. Master's students must be citizens of South Carolina. Preference is given to new applicants and those who express a commitment to remain and be employed in the state for two years. These fellowships are administered by the Graduate School.
OCRWM Fellowships: Clemson University is one of only 18 universities nationwide from which graduate students may apply for fellowships from the OCRWM of the U.S. Department of Energy. Technical emphasis areas include earth science (hydrology-geology) and engineering. Contact the Graduate Program Coordinator for more information or if you would like to be considered for the OCRWM Fellowship.
Clemson University and NSF GK-12 Fellowships:This project allows graduate students in the sciences to spend one year in partnership with a middle or high school teacher. The fellowship requires approximately 20 hours per week from July 1 through the beginning of May. Fellows are funded for the final two months (providing they register for classes), but have no official duties during that time. Under no circumstances will fellowships be renewed for a second year. Contact Dr. Rich Warner ( mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Jim Castle ( email@example.com) of Geological Sciences.
Other Scholarship Opportunities:
International Education Financial Aid
IEFA is the premier Internet resource for financial aid information for international students wishing to study in a foreign country. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive listing of grants, scholarships, loan programs, and other information to assist students in their pursuit to study abroad.
Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP)
Position announcements for post-doctoral associates and tenure-track faculty are posted by the AEESP on a regular basis.
Fellowship information and career advice
This on-line magazine provides weekly up-dates of fellowship and grant information across the sciences and engineering disciplines. There is also information about job markets for people with advanced degrees in science and engineering. There is information appropriate for post-doctoral associates, too.
For general questions or help with the application process please contact our Student Services Coordinator:
L. G. Rich Environmental Research Laboratory
342 Computer Court
Anderson, SC 29625
For specific questions regarding our programs contact the appropriate graduate program coordinator for the area you are interested in:
Environmental Engineering &
Science Degree Programs
Dr. Cindy Lee
Hydrogeology Degree Program
Dr. Jim Castle
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