WSU-PNNL Distinguished Graduate Research Program (DGRP)

Join us to learn about the WSU-PNNL Distinguished Graduate Research Program (DGRP), a prestigious doctoral fellowship opportunity for WSU graduate students in STEM fields. WSU faculty advisors and collaborating PNNL scientist advisors jointly apply to the DGRP on behalf of their prospective or current early-term graduate students. DGRP coordinator Dr. Asaph Cousins will present general information about the program, followed by an open-ended Q&A session.

Join us on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 10 a.m.

RSVP to join via Zoom.

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