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Fellowships? [Oct. 16th, 2007|08:53 am]
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Does anyone know of any graduate fellowships which accept applicants in the second or third year?

I didn't apply for any in the first year and now I seem to be ineligible for most of them (including the NSF, by virtue of having done a year as a "fake graduate student").
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[User Picture]From: cosmic_reverie
2007-10-16 03:14 pm (UTC)
Some fellowships prefer applicants in the later stages of their graduate education. Check out http://www.astromiror.org/opportunities.html#22 . Good luck!
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[User Picture]From: cosmic_reverie
2007-10-16 11:24 pm (UTC)
I got a NASA GSRP this year too. Yay! :)
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[User Picture]From: cosmic_reverie
2007-10-17 01:53 pm (UTC)
I'm at Marshall Space Flight center, researching high-energy astrophysics. I feel so lucky to be working at NASA. Congrats on getting your GSRP at Goddard!
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[User Picture]From: bitterpoetry
2007-10-17 03:30 am (UTC)
With the NSF and the NDSEG, you can apply for fellowships in your third year if you've made a significant change in field or there have been extenuating circumstances (though I get the feeling that you've got to have a rather compelling essay to even get considered.)
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