U.S. Department Of Education Graduate Assistance In Areas Of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship Program At North Carolina State University

Summary | Information & Requirements | Forms | Administrative Procedures | Upcoming Events

Program Summary

The U.S. Department of Education Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship Program at North Carolina State University supports graduate students who are pursuing Ph.D.'s in the areas of Molecular Biotechnology, Computational Science, Nanoscale Electronic and Energy Materials (NEEM), and Nuclear Science and Engineering. Since 1989, GAANN funds have supported more than 300 fellows at NC State.

The purpose of this web site is to provide current and potential GAANN Fellows with information on the administrative procedures and requirements associated with the fellowship program. In addition, Directors of Graduate Programs and GAANN advisors will find printable nomination materials and evaluation forms.

General Program Information and Requirements

GAANN Fellowship Program in Molecular Biotechnology

GAANN Fellowship Program in Computational Science

GAANN Fellowship Program in Nanoscale Electronic and Energy Materials (NEEM)

Supervised Teaching Requirements

Important Forms

GAANN Nomination Forms and Instructions (for use by faculty advisors):

GAANN Status Report

GAANN Evaluation Forms (send to Dr. David Shafer, Box 7102)

GAANN Questionnaire (completed by GAANN Fellows in July each year): Online GAANN Questionnaire

Administrative Procedures

  1. GAANN Fellows should submit all expense receipts/invoices to Todd Marcks, Box 7102, 2302D College of Textiles. See Procedures below.
  2. Procedures for Expenditure of GAANN Book, Equipment, Supply and Travel Funds (Instructions for Fellows)
  3. GAANN FELLOWS: For information on the balance of your Book, Equipment, Supply and Travel Fund, contact Todd Marcks at todd_marcks@ncsu.edu or at 515-1481.

Upcoming Events

Seminars, Thesis Workshops, etc.

For additional Information on the GAANN Fellowship Program at NC State University, please contact Dr. David Shafer, Assistant Dean of the Graduate School, at david_shafer@ncsu.edu or (919) 515-7052.

For information on other fellowships administered by the Graduate School and a databases containing information on nationally competitive fellowship programs, please see the "Graduate School Financing Graduate Education" Page.