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Hello Stats community,

I wanted to ask if anyone has advice on finding graduate student fellowships for students in the US studying statistics, data mining, or data analysis?

I know the NSF has a 3 year long fellowship, as well as the DoE

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closed as too localized by Andy W, cardinal, gung, whuber Aug 14 '12 at 20:40

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In order for this not to be closed as "too localized", it needs to be made less localized and more general. In particular, the fact that the deadline has passed for this year is not relevant. (It still might be closed as too geographically localized.) – cardinal Jan 16 '12 at 14:23