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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 4 Sep 2012 14:32:41 -0400
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 From the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research

Dissertation Grant Program and William M. Suttles Graduate 
Fellowship Call for Proposals

Greetings Faculty,

We are excited to announce the yearly call for proposals for 
the internal Dissertation Grant Program and the William M. 
Suttles Graduate Fellowship. Grant applications are due on 
Nov. 16, 2012. Application instructions and additional 
details are available on URSA's Funding Opportunities 
webpage under the Internal Grant Program dropdown list.

The purpose of the Dissertation Grant Program is to support 
dissertation research at Georgia State. This grant program 
is intended to help full-time (at least 9 hours /semester) 
doctoral students meet the cost associated with their 
dissertation efforts. Applicants to the Dissertation Grant 
Program are also eligible to be nominated for the William M. 
Suttles Graduate Fellowship by their dissertation 
director/advisor. This nomination must be indicated on the 
application cover sheet and written as part of the letter of 
support. The Suttles Fellowship will be awarded to the most 
outstanding doctoral student who applied to the Dissertation 
Grant Program.

Help us spread the word about this program by printing the 
Dissertation Grant Program flier and posting it on your door 
and within graduate students' mailboxes or simply forward to 
other faculty and students who may be interested. The flier 
can be found on URSA's Funding Opportunities webpage under 

Please direct any questions to me, Monica Swahn, at 
[log in to unmask] or 404-413-1148.


Monica Swahn, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President for Research
Professor, Public Health