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  1. Hello all. I wasn't sure where to post this. I hope you can help. I was awarded both the NSF GRFP and the NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Opportunity to begin in Fall 2020. NSF GRFP is for three years (34K + 12K per year) and NASA NSTGRO (80K per year which includes a yearly stipend of 36K) is for four years. I know that I can only select one (unless I am wrong - still doing the research as I just received notice from NASA). Has anyone been in this situation? I know that this is sort of a major life decision as choosing NSF may eventually lead to a potential academic career and ch
  2. Hello! I am writing to see if anyone who is/was an NSF GRFP fellow has experienced a similar sort of question as I am currently facing... To make a long story short, I am a first year NSF GRFP fellow and have recently been invited to join a research project at another institution (and I really want to participate!). The project would not exceed my weekly hour limitation for "outside work" (25%/10 hours set by my institution); however, the project is a multi-institution initiative funded by NSF. My institution's CO has told me that I would NOT be able to take the position because NSF GRFP
  3. Hello! I am writing to see if anyone who is/was an NSF GRFP fellow has experienced a similar sort of question as I am currently facing... To make a long story short, I am a first year NSF GRFP fellow and have recently been invited to join a research project at another institution (and I really want to participate!). The project would not exceed my weekly hour limitation for "outside work" (25%/10 hours set by my institution); however, the project is a multi-institution initiative funded by NSF. My institution's CO has told me that I would NOT be able to take the position because NSF GRFP
  4. Hello! I am writing to see if anyone who is/was an NSF GRFP fellow has experienced a similar sort of question as I am currently facing... To make a long story short, I am a first year NSF GRFP fellow and have recently been invited to join a research project at another institution (and I really want to participate!). The project would not exceed my weekly hour limitation for "outside work" (25%/10 hours set by my institution); however, the project is a multi-institution initiative funded by NSF. My institution's CO has told me that I would NOT be able to take the position because NSF GRFP
  5. Hey everyone, sorry if this exists...couldn’t find it via phone search. Maybe mobile is just bad. Thread for this year’s GRFP application!
  6. Hello fellow applicants, I'm looking for examples of rejected NSF GRFP proposals from previous years. I submitted my application yesterday, and am winding down, looking for things to read to keep my mind at ease (ha!). If you have or have found an example of a rejected NSF GRFP proposal, and would be willing to link to it or PM me, I'd appreciate it. (Mulling over all the things I could have done better or may not realize I did poorly.)
  7. Hi all, I recently started my NSF GRFP stipend tenure (starting with summer tenure in June), and for the past two months, my stipend has been processed late/irregularly dispensed. I was told that my payment should be administered on the 1st of every month (when my rent and many of my bills are due; and when I previously got paid for my teaching stipend), but in June, I wasn't paid until June 7 because the office had some internal problems with processing my on-time paperwork. This month, it's already the 6th of July, and my payment hasn't even been processed (and it takes an additio
  8. Like most PhD students, I am having a difficult time with my qualifying exams and would like some recommendations on how to proceed from others who may have experienced something similar. I should start out by explaining that I started my program as a Master’s student at the suggestion of my advisor. I didn’t come from a great undergraduate program that actually had research options and my only prior experience with research was during my year off working with a previous graduate of my advisor. During my third semester, I petitioned for a switch that my advisor was enthusiastic abou
  9. Has anyone been offered and been able to accept the FLAS and NSF GRFP in the same year? We cannot receive funding at the same time, but has anyone been able to be on reserve for their NSF GRFP while accepting the FLAS for their reserve year?
  10. Hey everyone, I'm a second year grad student in neuroscience. I applied for the NSF GRFP last year and didn't get it and I plan to apply again this year. My question is as follows: I really like my essays from last year, and ideally I wouldn't want to change them very much, other than modifying them slightly to reflect how my graduate work has progressed over the first year (including achievements, etc.). For the research proposal essay I would still like to use the same proposal, and add a tiny bit about how I have already been working in the direction of that proposal. For last year's a
  11. Sorry this is SO long, but I REALLY appreciate anyone who takes the time to read this!! I am a first year Molecular Biology PhD student in California, and I am amazingly unhappy with how my program has been going so far (ie, I have been miserable and often anxious/depressed). I keep trying to keep a positive attitude, but it feels like no matter how hard I work, things still aren't working out (and I don't feel very supported or valued by my department). I'm trying to be proactive about my anxiety, and I regularly see a therapist. There have been a string of events in my personal life–had
  12. Has anyone on this thread ever dealt with making a change to their minor field of study once they were awarded? I have a question regarding this that I am very concerned about. I applied as someone not yet in grad school and specified "psychology - other" as my minor field of study since my proposal and previous experiences didn't really fit neatly into any of the listed options for minor field of study. At the same time, I applied to clinical psychology Ph.D. programs for graduate school (my application was not clinically-oriented at all, hence why I was still able to be awarded). I also s
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