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Prospective Students

‎NanoBioNYC is an interdisciplinary program that provides training and professional ‎‎development support to Ph.D. students conducting research in bio-nanoscience. Fellows ‎‎and scholars benefit from research mentorship, technical training certifications,‎‎ professional development workshops, internship opportunities, student awards, and ‎more.‎

We are committed to expanding the opportunities in STEM to people of all racial, ethnic, geographic and socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, and to persons with disabilities. We especially encourage applications from groups that are underrepresented in US scientific research based on the following criteria: (1) race and ethnicity (African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaska or Hawaii Native, other Pacific Islanders); (2) economic and/or educational disadvantage; (3) disability status; (4) women in Engineering or Physics.

 

For more information on broadening participation in STEM, please visit: https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/initiatives/broadening-participation

To be eligible for the Fall Fellows cohort, you must meet the following criteria:

1.‎ Entering Second Year of PhD in Fall 2024 in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Physics at the Graduate ‎Center and in good academic standing

2.‎ U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

3. Not receiving stipends from any other programs

NanoBioNYC Fellow Stipend Funding:
NanoBioNYC funds fellows for Years 2-4 of their PhD. NanoBioNYC pays fellows a stipend of $22,000/yr for the first two funded years and $28,000 for the third year. Mentors are responsible to pay the remaining balance necessary for their student to continue receiving at least the total GC stipend minimum.

 

Deadline to apply is Sunday, June 23rd at 11:59PM

Mentor letters of support are also due Sunday, June 23rd at 11:59PM

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