Generating, Analyzing, and Understanding Sensory and Sequencing Information

  • 2018-2019 GAUSSI fellowships awarded! Aeriel Belk, Alyssa Melvin, Dayton Pierce, Julius Stuart, Luke Schwerdtfeger, Lyndsey Gray, Michael May, Sere Williams, & Steven Lakin.
  • Reyes Murrieta awarded NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Fellowship 
  • Bridget Eklund & Adam Heck awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
  • Aeriel Belk & Heather Deel awarded NIJ Graduate Research Fellowships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

GAUSSI Fellowship Application

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  • Current Academics

  • If applicable, please provide
  • Please provide a summary of your current research project. Highlight cross-discipline research areas of the project and project components that require collaboration outside of your lab. Limitation of 2600 characters, ~350 words.
  • If your research project has a collaborative component involving another lab(s), please provide the name and department of graduate student(s) and PI(s). (250 character limit)
  • Type of graduate degree you're pursuing and field of study.
  • Number of years (counting the current one) that you have been in your graduate program
  • Educational Background

  • Please include all of your awarded degrees. You may add additional lines to this application.
    Degree ProgramYears AttendedCumulative GPA (if applicable)Graduation Date 
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  • You may add one additional line if you have multiple scores.
    Verbal ScoreVerbal PercentileQuantitative ScoreQuantitative PercentileAnalytical/Writing ScoreAnalytical/Writing Percentile 
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  • Life Science students, please describe your background in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, & Statistics.
  • Technical Science students, please describe your background in Biology, Chemistry, and other Life Science areas.