The Interdisciplinary Nuclear Program is now accepting applications for the Spring 2020 semester.
This is a unique opportunity for outstanding PhD graduate students who pursue nuclear-related projects to obtain research assistantship support from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
- Full-time graduate student status or complete FIU application to the radiochemistry PhD track processed through University Graduate School (incoming students)
- Graduate GPA of 3.3 or higher
- US citizen or permanent US resident
Students who accept this research fellowship are obligated to sign the NRC fellowship program service agreement that requires six months of nuclear-related employment per year of NRC support with a federal or state agency, a DOE lab or company.
How to apply:
Submit 1-4 as one package to Dr. Konstantinos Kavallieratos.
- Personal statement of research interests (for incoming students) or a 1-2 page description of
researchproject, progress and its program relevance (for current PhD graduate students)
- Current undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unofficial)
- CV/resume including publication/presentation list
- Latest annual progress evaluation and mentoring form (if applicable)
- Three confidential letters of recommendation
Please note the application deadline is Oct. 15, 2019. *