Research at Michigan Tech is truly about creating the future one discovery at a time. Michigan Tech ranks among the top twenty universities nationwide in terms of the percentage of research funded by industry. The Graduate School is available to help students identify funding opportunities and prepare a competitive proposal.
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- Michigan Tech's SSEED Scholarship—scholarships are available for first year graduate engineering students.
- Michigan Tech's S-STEM Scholarship —scholarships are awarded to MS, Peace Corps, and PhD students in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
- GEM Graduate Fellowship Program—applications are accepted by the national GEM foundation for MS and PhD students from under-represented students in science and engineering.
- National Physical Science Consortium Fellowship—supports US citizens with an emphasis on underrepresented students in science and engineering.
- King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program—assists students drawn from racial and ethnic groups that are underrepresented in science and engineering fields.
- Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Fellowships—ORAU is a consortium of colleges and universities.
- US Army Reserve Officers Training Program (ROTC) —This program provides scholarship and stipend opportunities through the US Army to graduate students who meet all qualification standards. Please see the Michigan Tech Army ROTC page or the US Army ROTC page for more information.
- Graduate Student Government sponsors travel grants, discretionary funds, and Graduate Student Recognition Awards.
Proposal Incentive Award Program: The Graduate School encourages students to be proactive in seeking external funding. Eligible graduate students can receive incentive awards up to $100 for submitting research and/or fellowship proposals to external agencies.