NSF-Funded Graduate Traineeships (MS, PhD), University of Arizona

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NSF-Funded Graduate Traineeships (MS, PhD), University of Arizona

The Building Resources for InterDisciplinary Training in Genomics and Ecosystem Sciences (BRIDGES) program provides competitive fellowships for MS and PhD students interested in training at the interface of ecosystem sciences and genomics, as well as training in professional skills, collaborative science, data science, computation, science communication, outreach, and teaching. 

Students interested in applied or fundamental research with a focus on plant, fungal, microbial, and/or insect sciences are encouraged to apply to our constituent graduate programs, and then to submit a brief application for the BRIDGES program via our website http://BRIDGES.arizona.edu.

Our constituent University of Arizona graduate programs are Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Plant Sciences, Plant Pathology, Environmental Sciences, Entomology and Insect Sciences, Biosystems Engineering, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, and Natural Resources.

Applications for fellowship funding received by December 1, 2020 will have priority, but we will consider applications on a rolling basis if fellowships remain available. 

Visit http://BRIDGES.arizona.edu for more details and contact us at BRIDGES.NRT@gmail.com with any questions.