Materials Science Scholarship
Eligibility: The applicant should be registered in the Materials Science Minor program or in the track of Materials Science Concentration, or registered in a Materials Science course.
I. NSF PREM Scholarship: $400/month. Limit: 6. PREM research is listed on the PREM website ( https://www.uncfsu.edu/prem). The applicant must be able to commit at least 40 h/month to conduct research, and the priorities will be given to those who have no other commitments.
II. NSF EIR Scholarship: $400/month. Limit: 6 (working with Drs. B. Gautam, S. Han and Z. Luo). The applicant must be able to commit at least 40 h/month to conduct research, and the priorities will be given to those who have no other commitments.
III. DoD Scholarship: Scholarship of $600/month plus full coverage of FSU tuition fees up to $8,072 per semester. Limit: 3 (highly competitive). Conducting research on materials luminescence properties and radiation detection for at least 60 h/month.
IV. NSF PrOMiSS Scholarship. $3,600/year. Limit: 2 at IMREL (the project is led by Dr. Khalid Lodhi). Conducting 5 h/week peer tutoring, and 10 h/week research with Dr. Zhiping Luo. In total 12 weeks per semester.
V. Summer Research Scholarship. Summer reserach scholarship is provided based on the availability of the research fund. In the summer 2021, students were provided with $2,000/month for at least 150 h.
1. All supported scholars are required to submit research attendance sheet. [Attendance Sheet]
2. If a student is absent to research for more than a month without any excuses or the performance does not reach the mentor's expectation, the financial support may be terminated.