Home | DTC Fellowships: ADC Graduate Fellowship
University of Minnesota Digital Technology Center is pleased to
announce a Graduate Fellowship Program, made possible by funding from ADC.
The major focus of the program is to enhance the research activities in the
area of wireless and advanced networking technology at the Digital
Stipend will be $21,500 for 12 months with additional support for tuition and health care insurance.
Eligibility: Open to incoming beginning Ph.D. students with an interest in wireless telecommunications and advanced networking.
Application materials: curriculum vitae (list published and submitted publications in separate categories) with one page description of research results and activities, transcript, and advisers' recommendation letter.
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