The University of Alabama at Birmingham is pleased to announce the availability of special doctoral fellowships for minority students.

The fellowships include stipends of $23,000 per year, plus full payment of tuition and fees and is renewable annually for three years, assuming satisfactory academic performance.

The fellowships are available through a comprehensive minority recruitment program which was implemented at UAB in 1989. The goal of this program is to increase the numbers of doctoral degree-holding minority individuals in faculty positions at UAB and other colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Doctoral Program Areas

Administration-Health Services
Biochemistry and Structural Biology
Biology
Biostatistics
Cancer Biology
Cell, Molecular, and Developmental Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Education - Curriculum and Instruction
Education - Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Special Education
Engineering, Biomedical
Engineering, Civil
Engineering, Computer
Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, Interdisciplinary
Engineering, Materials
Engineering, Mechanical
Environmental Health Sciences
Epidemiology
Genetics and Genomic Sciences
Health Administration
Health Education / Health Promotion
Immunology
Materials Science
Mathematics, Applied
Medical Genetics
Microbiology
Neuroscience
Nursing
Nutrition Sciences
Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine
Physics
Psychology - Behavioral Neuroscience
Psychology - Developmental
Psychology - Medical/Clinical
Sociology, Medical
Vision Science


To Apply Contact
Office of Equity and Diversity
401 Campbell Hall
1300 University Boulevard

Mailing Address
1530 3rd Avenue South
Birmingham, Alabama 35294-1170
Phone: (205) 934-8762
Fax: (205) 934-1650

Office of the VP for Equity and Diversity
Note: Fellowships are competitive and limited in number. Applications should be submitted no later than March 15th annually.

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