North Carolina State University -Bridge to the PhD Program

Data-Enabled Science and Engineering of Atomic Structure (SEAS) North Carolina Central University—North Carolina State University  Bridge to the PhD Program

The SEAS Bridge to the PhD is a unique, interdisciplinary program designed to increase the quantity and quality of students of underserved populations who complete doctoral degrees in the physical sciences, engineering, and
mathematics disciplines. This program focuses on the application of    advanced statistical methods to data generated from cutting-edge analytical and computational    experiments. Students pursuing a Master’s of Science (MS) degree at NCCU receive dual credit   towards a PhD at NC State, engage in scientific research, co-advised by NCCU and NC State   faculty, build a network of peers and faculty, receive financial assistance between $10,000 and $34,000 for up to two years, develop skills to successfully achieve a PhD, and enhance their career opportunities.

Interested students must:
Be accepted into a MS program at NCCU in a physical science or mathematics discipline  (Deadline – July 1, 2017)
– Demonstrate a strong desire to pursue a PhD
– Be willing to commit to all program requirements
– Contact SEAS Coordinator to be considered
Dr. Ashleigh R. Wright, Coordinator