National Deadline: November 1, 2013
Adviser: Professor Richard Miles, email@example.com, 8-5131
Fields of Study: Applied physical sciences and biological sciences
Description: Hertz Fellowships are given to support the graduate education of students of outstanding potential in the applied physical sciences. The award provides funding for up to five years of doctoral study.
- U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- B.A. by the start of grant period
- Applying to or planning to apply to a Ph.D. program in an eligible field
Criteria for Selection
- Exceptional intelligence and creativity
- Orientation and commitment to the applications of the physical sciences
- Extraordinary accomplishment in technical or related professional studies (including at least an A- (3.75) grade average during the last two years of undergraduate work, although outstanding achievements in scientific or technological developments on the part of individuals with less distinguished academic records will be favorably noted in considering applications)
- Appropriate moral and ethical values (as defined by the Hertz Foundation)
There is no Princeton process for the Hertz Fellowship. Students apply directly through the Hertz Foundation.