These new Gund Barrett PhD Fellowships, supported by The Barrett Foundation, will enable PhD students to collaborate across disciplines on urgent issues at the intersection of engineering and the environment.
An interdisciplinary PhD experience
Students will receive up to four years of funding, including an annual $35,000 stipend, tuition, and UVM’s student health insurance. They can also access additional funds for conferences and research costs.
Primary advisors must be a Gund Fellow from UVM Engineering (biomedical, civil, electrical, environmental or mechanical). Students must pursue a PhD degree in CEMS and mentor undergraduate Barrett Scholars.