Admission - Incoming Students
Incoming Student Application Form
University of Utah
IGERT Training Program in Nanobiosensors, Nanomaterials, and Microfluidics
Funded by the National Science Foundation
ACADEMIC YEAR 2012 - 2013
Description: Students interested in the IGERT training program should first apply to one of the participating departmental Ph.D. programs and then submit an application form to the IGERT Program Coordinator. Students are strongly encouraged to contact one or more of the participating faculty members before applying. You can review the Program Description and view a list of Participating Faculty Members for more information about the University of Utah IGERT program.
Funding: Incoming IGERT Fellows in good standing are guaranteed funding for the course of their Ph.D. study. The first two years of study are funded by the IGERT grant (which includes a stipend of $30,000 and full tuition coverage), and subsequent years are funded at standard departmental levels either by faculty research grants or other fellowships. IGERT Fellows are encouraged to seek external fellowship opportunities, such as the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowships (NDSEG), or the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Fellowships.
- IGERTApplication Form including personal statement.
- Transcripts (photocopies or electronic copies are acceptable)
- Three letters of recommendation using the IGERTEvaluation Form
- Due date by March 23, 2012.
Application materials: must be received by March 23, 2012.
Mail, e-mail or FAX them to:
B. J. Warner, IGERT Program Coordinator
Attn: IGERT Application
Nano Institute of Utah, 5527 SMBB
36 S. Wasatch Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
- Program Description
- Admission - U of U Students
- Admission - Incoming Students
- IGERT Program Faculty
- IGERT Faculty Members
Learn more about the National Science Foundation IGERT Program