IQ Biology students are supported by a variety of fellowships and scholarships. The program guarantees one year of full support for graduate students as they take interdisciplinary coursework and experience lab rotations across participating departments before deciding on a thesis lab in their degree-granting program of study. The program continues to provide an additional $10,000 to students after their first year.
To learn more about opportunities to support the program, please contact:
Kristin Powell, PhD, Director of Interdisciplinary Education, BioFrontiers Institute. Kristin.Powell@colorado.edu
Hilary Furlong, Assistant Dean for Advancement, BioFrontiers Institute. Hilary.Furlong@colorado.eduGive Now