Scholarships and Fellowships

Scholarships and Fellowships

The Charles Townes Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL)

A current use fund that will provide recent Ph.D. recipients (from any university) an opportunity to pursue independent research projects in Experimental Astrophysics and Space Physics at the Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley. Women applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

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The Graduate Student Support Fund in Physics

An endowment, the payout of which shall be used to support high-achieving graduate students enrolled in the Department of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley, who demonstrate high academic distinction.

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The Physics Undergraduate Student Support Fund

An endowment, the payout of which shall be used in the Department of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley, to benefit undergraduate Physics majors in good academic standing. Recipients shall be selected by the Department of Physics, College of Letters & Science.

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The Robert P. Lin Fellowship Fund

Gifts to the Robert P. Lin Graduate Fellowship fund help support outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research related to space sciences, including students with training in Physics, Astronomy and Engineering.

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The Stuart J. Freedman Memorial Fellowship Fund in Physics

The Stuart J. Freedman Memorial Fellowship Fund in Physics provides graduate fellowship support in the Department of Physics within the College of Letters and Science at University of California, Berkeley.

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Hahn Graduate Fellowship in Physics

An endowment, the payout of which will be used to provide support for high-achieving graduate student(s) in the physics department at UC Berkeley. Preference should be given to a student(s) studying condensed matter experiment. Prospective recipients will be identified, screened and selected by the chair of the physics department or his/her designees. The amount of the awards will be flexible and dependent upon available funds.

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