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The AMS Fellowship Program is a source of scholarships, useful resources, and unique opportunities for outstanding students looking to pursue graduate education in the atmospheric or related sciences. To date, 339 students have been designated as AMS fellowship recipients. The program helps these first-year graduate students to be educated about unique challenges facing the world so that they may better tackle these real-world issues after graduation. Fellowships come with several benefits that include financial support to maintain a full course load over their first year of graduate study, the opportunity to be special guests at the AMS Annual Meeting with exclusive events therein, ongoing academic and career advocation and support from AMS.
To be eligible to apply for a fellowship, a student must…
A $25,000 stipend will be presented to each fellowship recipient for a nine-month period in the academic year. In addition, fellowship recipients will receive partial travel support to attend the AMS Annual Meeting.
Prospective candidates from the fields of atmospheric sciences, chemistry, computer sciences, engineering, environmental sciences, hydrology, mathematics, oceanography, and physics are encouraged to apply. A candidate must download the application, complete all six sections, and send it to the address below. With the completed application should be three written references, relevant official transcripts, and GRE score reports (institution code #3819). Applications and written references can be sent via email to email@example.com, or by postal mail to the following address (transcripts and GREs must be submitted via postal mail):
AMS Fellowship Program
45 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
All applications must be received or postmarked by the deadline date of Deadline has passed. Supporting materials are to be postmarked no later than one week after that deadline.
Any questions may be directed to Donna Fernandez, Development and Student Program Manager, 617-227-2426 ext. 3907.
AMS encourages applications from women, minorities, and disabled students who are traditionally underrepresented in the atmospheric and related oceanic sciences.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens or hold permanent resident status and must be pursuing a degree at a U.S. institution.