The National Institute of Justice is accepting applications for the Graduate Research Fellowship program in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math until 30 March 2015. Up to 20 fellowships will be awarded with a maximum total value of 150,000, usable over a five year period.
Applicants must be (1) full-time doctoral students in the life sciences, chemistry, physics, geosciences, materials research, engineering, computer and information sciences and engineering, or mathematical sciences; and (2) conducting research that is relevant to ensuring public safety, preventing and controlling crime, and ensuring the fair and impartial administration of criminal justice in the United States. Fellows do not need to have an approved dissertation topic and committee chair at the time of their application, but they will need to meet these requirements before funds can be released.
For more information or to apply, visit http://www.nij.gov/GRF-STEM or email GRF-STEM@usdoj.gov