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DHS Announces Scholarship and Fellowship Competition for Undegraduates and Graduate Students


DHS Announces Scholarship and Fellowship Competition for Undegraduates and Graduate Students

December 21, 2006

The Science and Technology Directorate of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has announced the competition for its 2007 Scholarship and Fellowship Program. START is directly supported by the Science and Technology Directorate. The DHS Scholarship program provides undergraduate students with an interest in the study of homeland-security related issues with a two-year award that includes coverage of students' tuition and fees, a monthly stipend, and a paid summer internship opportunity. Students currently in their second year of undergraduate studies are eligible to apply, and applications are due January 23, 2007.

The DHS Fellowship experience provides financial and research support to incoming and current graduate students with a demonstrated interest in the field of homeland security. Fellowship awards last up to three years and include tuition remission, a monthly stipend, and a paid internship opportunity for those students selected. Questions about this program should be directed to dhsed@orau.org. START is not involved in the review or selection of students for this program.