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UC-National Lab In-Residence Graduate Fellowships

Supporting UC graduate student training at the national laboratories

The UC-National Lab In-Residence Graduate Fellowships provide support for UC doctoral students with two to three years of funding to conduct in-residence dissertation research and receive professional training at Los Alamos or Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in any area relevant to the labs.

2021 Fellows

Eleven graduate students from five campuses were nominated. See the list of 2021 Fellows (pdf).

2020 Fellows

Six graduate students from five campuses were selected. See the list of 2020 Fellows (pdf).

2019 Fellows

Three graduate students from three campuses were selected. See the list of 2019 Fellows (pdf).

2018 Fellows

Two graduate students from UC Merced were selected. See the list of 2018 Fellows (pdf).

2017 Fellows

Four graduate students from four campuses were selected. See the list of 2017 Fellows (pdf).