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Nominating letter from candidate’s graduate advisor.
Two letters of recommendation from someone (other than the nominator) familiar with the candidate’s research and education qualifications.
One-page biographical summary of the candidate.
The student’s (candidate's) IEEE membership number.
Two-page maximum professional/academic summary CV of the graduate advisor.
The advisor’s IEEE membership number.
Unofficial copy of the candidate’s transcript. Include an explanation if the grading system differs from the "A - F" format.
One-page (single-spaced) statement, written by the candidate, outlining the education and research goals and accomplishments. This can include summer internship experience, undergraduate, and graduate work.
Research proposal, no more than 5 single-spaced pages, that specifically provides the following information:
Title page containing the title, University name, and contact information of the faculty member submitting the nomination package and that of the candidate. Include email addresses and phone numbers.
Research proposal describing the work to be completed by the application. Objectives, approach, and estimated start and completion dates should be included.
The anticipated type of paper (short or full) for the final report must be identified. Any variation during the timeframe of the grant support should be discussed/approved by the committee chair.
Budget for the project. Explicitly outline how the funds from this Fellowship will be allocated.
A letter of support from the faculty member’s department/institution administrator must be submitted (not to be counted as part of the 5-page proposal). This letter must include an explicit statement about the fact that no institutional indirect cost (of any type) will be assessed by the recipient’s institution.