GRC Master's Scholarship Program
Awarded by Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC)
To attract underrepresented minorities and women to disciplines of interest to the semiconductor industry.
Recipients are required to be associated with an SRC-funded contract. Resources are available to assist qualified students in identifying suitable faculty within SRC-funded universities. SRC contracts support precompetitive research in areas of interest to the semiconductor industry. Please see the website for further details external link.
Open to students having United States of America citizenship or permanent resident status. Students are also required to be from an underrepresented group, e.g. women, African American, Latino or Native American students must be pursuing or planning to pursue Master's research with an SRC-funded faculty.
2 years or until completion of the Master's degree, whichever comes first
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Applicants must complete an application form. Applications are distributed through SRC-funded faculty in November with a due date early in February. Applications are also distributed through other avenues outside the SRC community and applications are encouraged from non-SRC-funded colleges.
The semiconductor industry
The Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) is a consortium of about 60 semiconductor manufacturers and equipment makers. The SRC manages a research portfolio in major research universities throughout the world. At any given time it supports about 700 advanced degree students on contract research, 45 graduate Fellows and 15 Master's scholars. The SRC supports a pragmatic approach to developing student programmes and provides industry interactions and other opportunities for its students.