Chancellor's Doctoral Fellowship

In 2013, Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little announced the creation of the Chancellor’s Doctoral Fellowships, which are awarded each year to graduate students. The fellowships assist KU in obtaining its mission as a flagship university that provides advanced education to students in a range of fields. The fellowship provides $25,000 of support to each fellow. Students are also involved in professional development workshops and networking opportunities.

In this video, learn about two of the 2014 Chancellor Fellows, Keely Brown and Max Murphy:

 

 


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