Juniors and seniors who are interested in applying for a PhD program in engineering, mathematics or the physical or biological sciences are invited to attend an information session to learn more about the Hertz Fellowship, a graduate fellowship available at more than 40 U.S. research universities, including Case Western Reserve University.
Lee Swanger, a member of the Hertz Foundation Board of Directors and a past Hertz Fellow, will lead information sessions Monday, Sept. 19, at 9 a.m. and Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 1 p.m. in Nord Hall, Room 356. Breakfast will be provided at the Sept. 19 session and lunch will be provided at the Sept. 20 session.
Through the Hertz Fellowship, you can receive:
- Full tuition equivalent for up to five years;
- $34,000 per academic year stipend;
- Additional stipend if coordinated with other major fellowships;
- $5,000 annual dependent childcare stipend; and
- Programs and networking offered as part of a lifelong Hertz community.
Fields of interest include—but are not limited to—astrophysics, quantitative biology, statistics, earth science, biotechnology and more.
Successful candidates are:
- Applying to a PhD program or are in the first year of one;
- An American citizen or permanent resident;
- Broadly knowledgeable innovators who see challenges in new ways; and
- Eager to make a positive impact in the applied physical and biological sciences, mathematics and engineering.
To attend the session, please RSVP to email@example.com.