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Finding Funding Part II

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GGSE Funding Workshop

GGSE Funding Workshop

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  • Fellowship nominations are made by departments. Departments are limited in the number of nominations that they can submit during each round. Diversity = Low SES; Experience of condition impeding advancement to graduate study; commitment to advancing econ or educ disadvantaged segments of society.Combination of loans, work-study, fellowships, fee remissions, and health insurance awards cannot exceed the budget used for financial aid eligibility determination.
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    • 1. Guide for Gevirtz Graduate School of EducationSlides by prior GSAE President, Miles Ashlock andcurrent President, Torrey Trust
    • 2.  100% NRT reduction for graduate doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy. Eligible for NRT reduction for 3 years in calendar years beginning at advancement to candidacy.
    • 3.  International Students  Office of International Students & Scholars ▪ www.oiss.ucsb.edu  Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships  eduPASS Financial Aid for International Students ▪ www.edupass.org/finaid/  International Student Organization (ISO) List ▪ www.isoa.org/list_scholarships.aspx Undocumented Students  Contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships ▪ Director Mike Miller (michael.miller@sa.ucsb.edu or x2118)
    • 4. Graduate DivisionOffice ofResearch GGSE UCSB Extramural Funding
    • 5. Reality Check: Extramural funding is an essentialconsideration. It requires active pursuit by students!Source: Jorge Cham (10/26/1998)
    • 6.  Financial Aid Jobs Stipends Grants Fellowships (Internal and External)
    • 7.  Financial aid is given based on need. It is for domestic students only. Finaid.ucsb.edu Loans Work-Study Emergency Loans Request for Budget Increase
    • 8.  You might be eligible for financial aid that you weren’t aware of (loans, work-study). Additionally, FAFSA is the first step in many funding applications. US citizens and eligible non-citizens are required to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by March 2nd each year… But, better late than never! Did you know? The GGSE is awarded departmental Block Grant funding based on the school’s enrollment determined by FAFSA submissions. When more students complete the FAFSA, more money is provide to the GGSE for distribution!
    • 9.  GauchoLink  Work-Study/Internships/Employment  http://career.sa.ucsb.edu Campus Jobs  https://jobs.ucsb.edu GradPost  http://gradpost.ucsb.edu/funds  Subscribe to the GradPost Student Academic Appointments & Employment  E.g. Graduate Student Researcher, Teaching Assistant  Make the first move with your CV and a cover letter!  Network!
    • 10.  Graduate Students Association (GSA)  Officer positions  Committee Representative appointments  www.ucsbgsa.org Graduate Students Association–Education (GSAE)  Officer positions  www.ucsbgsae.org
    • 11.  UCSB Money Matters Guide  www.sa.ucsb.edu/MoneyMatters/ ▪ Grants:  Academic Senate Doctoral Student Travel  GSA Childcare Grant  GSA Pre-Doctoral Student Travel  GGSE Travel Grant ▪ Emergency Relief  GSA Graduate Student Emergency Relief Fund  Jack Canfield/Student Medical Emergency Relief (SMERF)  PWA Barbara S. Uehling Book Scholarship for Re-Entry/Non- Traditional  Women’s Center Bridge Over Troubled Waters Fund
    • 12. http://graddiv.ucsb.edu/financial/additional.htm Grants:  Travel  Dissertation  Survey Research  Coastal Fund/Green Initiatives  Chicano Studies Graduate Fellowships
    • 13.  GradDiv Fellowships (merit, diversity/merit)  E.g. Centrally Administered Fellowships, Departmental Block Grants Extramural Funding (Federal, Foundation)  Targeted E-Mail Funding Lists ▪ Join SOCFUND-L on The Source  GradDiv Funding Peer ▪ fundingpeer@graddiv.ucsb.edu (Courtney Gosnell)  UCSB Office of Research ▪ www.research.ucsb.edu  Davidson Library ▪ http://guides.library.ucsb.edu/grants/
    • 14.  Graduate Division: Financial Support Resources www.graddiv.ucsb.edu/financial/awards/  IRIS (IL Research and Information Service)  COS (Community of Science Funding Opportunities)  UCLA GRAPES (Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support database)
    • 15.  Awards that will be made to the institution, or applications and proposals that require a signature on behalf of the institution must go through the GGSE Contracts & Grants office and/or the UCSB Office of Research. Contact Kelly Hayton Contracts & Grants Analyst 4117 Education 805-893-5922 or kelly@
    • 16. Source: UCSB Graduate Division
    • 17. The purpose of the program is to increase the poolof individuals who show promise of becomingstrong candidates for California State Universityinstructional faculty positions with the motivation,skills, and experience needed to teach a diversestudent body.After participants receive their doctoral degreesand obtain a qualifying instructional position in theCSU, a portion of their loan from this program willbe forgiven every year.http://www.calstate.edu/hr/cdip/
    • 18.  Kickstarter.com Indiegogo.com #SciFund
    • 19.  http://ucsbgsae.wikispaces.com/Finding+Fun ding

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