The ASSIST Center is pleased to announce that applications are open for the 2019 Student Service Fellowships. $1000 fellowships will be awarded to ASSIST graduate students who have demonstrated exceptional service and contributions to the Center.
This Fellowship is intended to recognize significant contributions to the community of the ASSIST Center, beyond your technical research. We’re looking for graduate students who have consistently been engaged at ASSIST. This includes contributions in leadership, mentorship, entrepreneurship, outreach, community building, and more.
Recipients of the 2019 Fellowships will be announced at the Summer Picnic in early July (date tbd).
Deadline: June 16, 2019
- Talk to an ASSIST faculty member about serving as your reference. We will contact them about the Letter of Support.
- Write a Personal Statement describing your contributions to ASSIST.
- Submit your Personal Statement by completing the form below no later than June 16, 2019.
- Please use this format for the file name – LastName-2019Fellowship-Personal Statement
A personal statement describing the nature of your contributions to, and impact on the ASSIST Community. This statement should include specific examples of activities you have created/led/participated in and how those actions impacted the community or created added value. It should not include contributions that are related to your technical work. It should present a clear case for why you are deserving of the ASSIST Center Service Fellowship. Some portion of your statement should discuss your future plans or ideas for additional contributions to ASSIST. Statements should be no longer than 2 pages and use standard fonts and spacing.
Letter of Support
In the form below, please provide the name and e-mail address of an ASSIST faculty who has agreed to support you for this fellowship. This does not necessarily have to be your faculty advisor, but may be any ASSIST faculty who is familiar with your contributions to the ASSIST Center and is willing to speak to your strengths in this area. We will contact the faculty member with a separate recommendation form.