The Schlanger Ocean Drilling Fellowship Program offers merit-based awards for outstanding graduate students to conduct research related to the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program. The $30,000 per year award is to be used for stipend, tuition, benefits, research costs, and travel. Research may be directed toward the objectives of specific expeditions or may address broader themes.
The Fellowship year will begin in either June or August (summer or fall semester) 2013. During the summer of 2014, at the conclusion of the fellowship, Schlanger Fellows travel to Ocean Leadership headquarters in Washington, D.C., to present the initial results of their research and take part in U.S. Science Support Program related activities. The application deadline is November 15.
For more information, please contact USSSP Associate Director, Charna Meth at 202-787-1639 or email@example.com.
A complete application includes an application form, research proposal, implementation plan, curriculum vitae, and reference materials, and must be received by the deadline of November 15. Learn More
U.S. graduate students are eligible to apply for one-year research fellowship awards of $30,000. Learn More
Many Schlanger fellowship recipients have gone on to serve as leaders in the scientific ocean drilling community. Learn More