We welcome and encourage US citizens, permanent residents, and international students who are enrolled in one of our six participating ISU graduate degree programs to participate in the Predictive Plant Phenomics (P3) Program. The NSF Research Traineeship does offer a scholarship opportunity (application below) for US citizens and permanent residents. International students are not eligible for this NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) stipend support but they are encouraged to investigate alternative funding sources such as departmental assistantships, grants outside the University, or faculty support.
Fall 2019 NSF NRT Predictive Plant Phenomics Program - Scholarship Application
Applications for the NSF NRT Predictive Plant Phenomics Trainee Fellowship accepted through March 31. There is an opportunity for early admission consideration and offers. Notification of awards are typically made by the end of April.
P3 NRT Fellowship Eligibility
US citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply for the Predictive Plant Phenomics (P3) trainee scholarship. Students from groups traditionally under-represented in science and engineering are especially encouraged to apply.
P3 NRT Fellowship Benefits
- $34,000 Fellowship stipend for the first 12 months
- Tuition, student fees, and health insurance for the first 12 months
- Competitive assistantships (stipend, tuition, fees, health insurance) available in subsequent years
- Professional travel scholarships available on a competitive basis
Personal and Contact Information
If you are an existing PhD student at ISU, please provide the following: