Informational meeting on Nov. 19: New USAID and NSF Research and Innovation Fellowships in developing countries

November 15, 2013

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide Program (GROW) provides NSF Graduate Research Fellows an international travel allowance to engage in research collaborations with investigators in partner countries located outside the United States. This program currently offers placement in the following developing countries: Brazil, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Senegal, and South Africa. Students have the chance to peruse a unique online catalog of opportunities in these seven countries focusing on cutting-edge research in a variety of research centers, universities, NGOs, government ministries, and private sector companies.
The USAID Research and Innovation Fellowships Team will be on the MIT campus on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm in Kresge Little Theatre (W16-035) to give an informational meeting about this new program as well as discuss future ways in which all students, both graduate and undergraduate, may participate.  Contact for more information.

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