Congratulations to Appalachian faculty team receiving $1M NSF grant

BOONE — A National Science Foundation-funded scholarship program at Appalachian State University aims to help address the nation’s shortage in STEM graduates and workers. [Read more]

Note: NSF scholarships worth $6,000 a year will be awarded to students based on academic ability and financial need, and focus on students in the region planning to obtain STEM degrees. The funding will cover up to eight semesters of study for undergraduate students and up to four semesters of study for graduate students in the chemistry, computer science, geological and environmental sciences, mathematical sciences and physics and astronomy degree programs.

NSF Team
Published: May 31, 2018 10:29am

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