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UMERC has released the 2016 Request for Proposals for its annual energy graduate student fellowships:

One $24,000 Hulka Energy Research Fellowship will be available for a UMD graduate student pursuing research in the following areas:
- advanced solar energy conversion,
- fuels and power from sustainable biological process,
- renewable wind energy, or
- ocean thermal/ wave/ or geothermal energy conversion

Two $24,000 Harry K. Wells Graduate Fellowships are available for UMD graduate students pursuing research in sustainable energy generation and/or storage.

More information about these fellowship opportunities is available on the UMERC website

Download the fellowship RFP’s here:
Harry K. Wells Graduate Fellowship
Hulka Energy Research

The application Deadline for both fellowships is January 14th, 2016.



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