Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Laboratory Residency Graduate Fellowship
Any U.S. accredited university
TimeMonday, 9 November 20209am - 8pm EST
DescriptionThe Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Laboratory Residency Graduate Fellowship (DOE NNSA LRGF) program seeks candidates who demonstrate the skills and potential to form the next generation of leaders in the following fields of study that address complex science and engineering problems critical to stewardship science: engineering and applied sciences, physics, materials, mathematics and computational science.
To meet its primary objective of encouraging the training of scientists, the DOE NNSA LRGF program provides financial support to talented students who accompany their study and research with practical work experience at one or more of the following DOE NNSA facilities: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories (New Mexico) or the Nevada National Security Site.
Fellows will work and study in residence at one or more of four approved DOE NNSA facilities for a minimum of two 12-week periods. Longer stays are highly encouraged, up to or including pursuit of thesis studies at a chosen site. This residency requirement opens compelling research opportunities to students and their advisors, including access to unique DOE NNSA experimental and computing facilities.
The DOE NNSA SSGF program provides outstanding benefits to U.S. citizens that include payment of full tuition and required fees at any U.S. accredited university; $36,000 yearly stipend; two 12-week residencies at a national laboratory; academic allowance for research or professional development expenses, an annual program review for fellows, alumni, university and DOE laboratory staff; and an opportunity to join a supportive and engaged community of scientific leaders.
This equal opportunity program is open to all qualified persons without regard to race, gender, religion, age, physical disability or national origin.
Applications are due March 17, 2021.