Registration Due Date: 01/10/21
Provider Organization: Indigenous Education, Inc.
About Indigenous Education, Inc.
Indigenous Education, Inc. serves American Indian and Alaska Native students pursuing post-secondary education. Their mission is to provide elevated opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native college students by empowering them with an engaging scholarship experience designed to support their success in higher education.
About the Opportunity
The Cobell Graduate Summer Research Fellowship Program supports American Indian and Alaska Native graduate students with a summer research stipend of $5000 to fund graduate research projects. The award is designed to support the student’s master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation research. Students must partner with a faculty advisor to endorse the proposal and supervise the work. Priority is given to doctoral-level applicants and applicants with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Prior to completing an application for funding, applicants are asked to review information about Elouise Cobell and The Cobell Settlement. This information will provide an understanding of why the Cobell Scholarship and Fellowship Programs exists and will be helpful for responding to some of the prompts in the application itself. To jump-start your review, please follow this link – Elouise and The Cobell Settlement.
Applications are due January 10, 2021.