Fellowship Bridge Program
The Fellowship Bridge Program provides funding for students completing summer research projects in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) fields. This program is open to students who have completed a degree program and are enrolling in a higher degree program at the same or a different NDSGC affiliate institution; this transition could be from A.S. to B.S., B.S. to M.S., B.S. to Ph.D., or M.S. to Ph.D. Residency on campus to complete the research project is encouraged, but not required. Students participating in the Fellowship Bridge Program will receive a $3500 stipend for the summer. Students interested in applying are strongly encouraged to contact the NDSGC to help with mentor pairings.
For example, a student who completed a two-year degree (A.S.) at Williston State College and is transferring to Dickinson State University to complete a four-year degree (B.S.) in Mathematics would be eligible to complete a summer bridge fellowship under a DSU faculty mentor. Another example of a student eligible to apply would include a student who completed a four-year degree (B.S.) at Sitting Bull College and is enrolling in the graduate program (M.S.) in Environmental Science at the same college. This student would be eligible to complete a summer bridge fellowship under an SBC faculty mentor.
- Citizen of the United States
- Minimum GPA of 3.0
- Students who have completed a degree program and are enrolling in a higher degree program at an NDSGC affiliate institution
- Application Guidance
Summer Due Date: April 15
For additional information, please contact Caitlin Nolby.
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