NSF Graduate Research Training Program: Data Science in Multi-Messenger Astrophysics

Announcing exciting interdisciplinary training opportunities in data science with an emphasis on astrostatistics and astrophysics
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Program summary

The School of Statistics is participating in the NSF Graduate Research Training program titled Data Science in Multi-Messenger Astrophysics. Students enrolled in this program receive a minor in data science in astrophysics (in addition to their major MS or PhD) and have opportunities to participate in technical and professional training workshops and various outreach activities. One-year $34,000 stipends (plus tuition and fees) and travel support are available. For more information, please visit https://dsmma.umn.edu or contact NRTMMA_info@umn.edu with any specific questions.

How to apply:

Any student applying for a PhD or MS in statistics is also eligible to apply for the Data Science in Multi-Messenger Astrophysics training program. If you are interested, send an email to nrtmma_info@umn.edu and tell us in your personal statement why you are interested in the program. Additional information can be found by visiting https://dsmma.umn.edu/apply.

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