FNR ​Graduate School​​ Details

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For information on graduate programs please contact us at FNR.Gradinfo@purdue.edu.


Current Fellow​ship Opportunities

We are seeking high quality, motivated individuals for our Natural Resources Resilience Graduate Education Initiative via a set of prestigious fellowships, including the USDA funded National Needs Fellowship Program, an NSF Macrosystems Biology Interdisciplinary Fellows ProgramFred M. van Eck Scholarship Program, and an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship Program. All fellowships provide competitive stipends. The goal of this initiative is to educate outstanding and diverse graduate students in the area of forest and agricultural sustainability and resilience. Applications from women and underrepresented minorities are highly encouraged.


National Estuarine Research Reserve System. The NERRS Graduate Research Fellowship Program is one of the largest graduate programs supported by NOAA. Fellows conduct their research within a National Estuarine Research Reserve and gain hands-on experience by engaging with reserve staff and participating in their host reserve's research, education, stewardship and training programs. Fellows receive a stipend of $20,000 per year. Funds are available on a competitive basis. Fellowships may be funded for up to three years. The application deadline is November 1st each year. Fellows have the opportunity to network with and learn from local and visiting investigators.

For further specific information about graduate studies please contact our graduate program coordinator, Christine Hofmeyer, at chofmeye@purdue.edu or by phone at (765) 494-3572.

Degree Options and Research Programs
Graduate degrees of Master of Science, Master of Science in Forestry, and Doctor of Philosophy are offered in the following fields of study:
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