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Funding your Graduate Education
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Chris Cash, Director of Student Assistance Programs
Liv Detrick, Director of Web Development; Project Manager, NASA OSSI
Ashton Robinson Cook, Student Intern- University of Oklahoma
Melanie Harrison, Environmental Scientist - NOAA
Do I have to pay to go to graduate school? How does it all work? The Institute for Broadening Participation collaborated with COSEE-OS to host this webinar outlining the process of applying for graduate funding. Liv Detrick and Chris Cash foam the Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP) reviewed the basic differences between the undergraduate and graduate experience, outlined the different funding options available, including fixed and portable funding sources, and reviewed a timeline and tips on applying. Adrian Ponce, guest speaker from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, elaborated upon opportunities available from NASA.
Visit webpage to view a video recording of the webinar
These additional handouts and resources are also available:
Tips on Creating a Winning Application
Getting Strong Letters of Recommendation
Searching for A Program
Writing Strong Essays & Personal Statements
Applying to Graduate School: Tips Timeline, and Tools of the Trade (CIC)
Grad School Questions Checklist
Grad School Tips on Applying
The Difference Between the Grad and Undergrad Experience