Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

February 16, 2016 Karen Popp FellowshipsGrantsNon-US Citizen OpportunitiesU.S. Citizens

The US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration awards 56 fellowships for grad students in transportation to research and study for 3 years. This is a promising opportunity for students to conduct research related to transportation at a Department of Transportation facility. Fellowships for master’s candidates awards are for up to two years and for doctoral candidates awards are for up to three years. All modes of transportation are encompassed.

Award: Recipients will be awarded a minimum of $5,000 up to $100,000 (based on academic level and ranking). Covers tuition, stipend, and travel to the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting. All recipients may not receive a full award.

Eligibility: Must be enrolled at a US institution and plan to enter the transportation profession after completing education. Must be pursuing master’s degrees or doctorates in transportation-related fields full-time at the university of the applicant’s choice. Should have at least 1 full academic year remaining in program of study. There are no citizenship requirements.

Disciplines: Transportation-related academic disciplines in the Sciences, Engineering, Business, Public Policy and Planning, Human Development, Transportation, Aviation and Law; as well as other disciplines that may be approved by the University and Grants program manager on a case-by-case basis.

DeadlinesApril 21st is the application deadline. April 28th is the date supporting materials must be received.

For more information and application instructions, see DDET Fellowship Program.


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