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Greenbriar Summer Fellowship

NUTC is seeking applicants for Summer 2021 Undergraduate Fellowship.  This fellowship award is made possible by Greenbriar Equity Group, a member of NUTC’s Business Advisory Council (BAC).  This is the fourth year we are offering this opportunity, and our students have found it very valuable.  If you know of an undergraduate student who would benefit from this opportunity, please share this information with them and encourage them to apply by the March 1st deadline.  Please see the application details below.  
Greenbriar Equity Group | Summer 2021
Undergraduate Transportation Research Fellowship

Northwestern University Transportation Center (NUTC) is pleased to announce a call for applications to its second annual Greenbriar Equity Group Undergraduate Transportation Research Fellowship. This fellowship was created to support summer research internships in transportation and logistics for Northwestern undergraduate students.

NUTC will award up to $5,000 to each qualifying undergraduate summer intern to conduct research in the area of transportation and logistics. Awards are made on a competitive basis. Undergraduate students enrolled in any school at Northwestern are eligible to apply.

Greenbriar Equity Group fellows will receive a $4,000 stipend. It is expected that students will devote ~10 weeks of full-time effort to the project. If needed for research-related expenses, fellows may submit an application for additional funds (up to $1,000), along with a budget and explanation for the anticipated expenses.


The proposal document must be entirely original written work of the applicant. It should contain:

Submissions will be reviewed by a faculty committee. Awards will be based on the intellectual merit of the proposed work and its contribution toward addressing a problem or opportunity for the transportation and logistics industry.


APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Monday, March 1st at noon

Submit cover page, application, and resume via email:
Goldie McCarty, Assistant Director, Operations and Research, NUTC

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