Are you enrolling in the Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning this fall? Apply for the Boardman Fellowship, which provides financial support to new graduate students interested in pursuing a career in environmental management and urban planning.
- Up to $18,000 for tuition, fees and a stipend
- Work as a graduate research assistant under the supervision of School of Public Administration faculty
- Apply and be accepted into the Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning.
- Take classes as a full-time student (must take at least nine credit hours in the fall and spring semesters and six credit hours during the summer semester).
- Commit to working up to 20 hours a week as a Graduate Research Assistant.