As part of our inaugural cohort, trainees accepted into the program this year will also have the opportunity to help shape the program and hone leadership skills through student-led committees and activities. All individuals accepted into the program will be designated as “KSU R3 Trainees,” whether or not they receive NSF stipend support. The application process is identical for those who are seeking an NSF stipend and for those who are not.
Prospective students Prospective master's and Ph.D. students in Agricultural Economics, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Sociology and other fields related to FEW systems are encouraged to apply. Application fee waivers are available to domestic applicants by emailing email@example.com. To be considered for the R3 NRT program apply to KSU Graduate Schoolby January 8, 2019 and indicate interest in the R3 NRT in your personal statement.
Current KSU Students To apply to the first NRT cohort of 18 students beginning August 2019, submit the following application materials through the KSU R3 online application: 1) Personal information (e.g., name, email, program and major professor, funding eligibility); 2) Current and future research statements (1800 character max each); 3) Current CV; 4) brief letter of support from major professor, if applicable (http://bit.ly/R3NRTRec). Completed applications must be received by January 8, 2019 for full consideration.