California Pre-Doctoral Program
The California Pre-Doctoral Program is designed to increase the pool of potential faculty by supporting the doctoral aspirations of CSU students who have experienced economic and educational disadvantages, placing special emphasis on those who enter doctoral programs at UC campuses. Applicants work closely with a CSU faculty sponsor to develop an overall plan leading ultimately to enrollment in a doctoral program.
Those who are selected as Pre-Doctoral Scholars will be awarded $3,000 to be used as outlined in the above-mentioned plan, which may include application fees, test fees, membership in professional organizations, and travel to doctoral granting institutions or professional conferences. Up to $500 in additional funds may be provided to the faculty mentor for joint travel. The program also provides summer research internship opportunities at doctoral granting institutions. Students participating in the summer internship component are matched with professors according to their areas of interest.
Eligibility: Junior, senior, and graduate students in the CSU, especially those from environments where university teaching is not a common career goal.
To Apply: The online application usually becomes available in mid-November and campus deadline is typically in late February. For complete application instruction and current deadlines, see http://calstate.edu/predoc/apply/.
For current information on SSU procedures and deadlines, contact the SOURCE office (707-64-2264), or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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