Applications for AURIC Graduate Fellowships being accepted

12 Aug

The Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, AURIC, invites current Auburn University graduate students in good standing and with a research interest in cancer to apply for AURIC Graduate Fellowships in Cancer Research.

The student must be enrolled in, or in the process of enrolling in a doctoral degree program. The fellowship will provide one year of stipend support at the rate of $20,196 per year. The fellowship is competitively renewable for a total of up to three years, however renewal requires demonstration of acceptable progress towards the desired graduate degree and continued work in cancer research.

Applications must be received at AURIC@auburn.edu by 5 p.m. Aug. 29. The applicant and the applicant’s mentor must be a member of AURIC; if not, they may join concurrently with the application. The application should include a biosketch or curriculum vitae; a two-page (maximum length) letter indicating the laboratory where the research will be performed, the research project and the applicant’s interest in cancer research; and a letter of support from the applicant’s faculty mentor.

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