The Division of Organic Chemistry plans to award the 2013-2014 academic year fellowships for Ph.D. students to be held during their third or fourth year of study. Sponsors of the fellowships awarded for the current academic year are: Organic Syntheses, Boehringer Ingelheim, and Amgen
Applications will consist of:
The other two letters of recommendation should be sent directly by the other recommenders to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the title "DOC graduate fellowship –nominee’s name" for all e-mail correspondence related to the nomination.
Evidence of research accomplishment will be an important factor in the selection of the fellowship holders.
Application materials are typically due by May 31st (watch this page for updates).
Submittal process: The student candidate should complete this application form and write the short essay. The candidate's Ph.D. thesis advisor should then submit 1) this application form, 2) the short essay, and 3) their letter of recommendation each as a separate pdf file (pdf file names should include the applicant's last name as part of the file name) using the Online Submission Form. Please note that the submitter needs to be a Member of the Division of Organic Chemistry to access the Online Submission Form.
For questions, contact Professor Scott R. Gilbertson (email@example.com)
The fellowship stipend for 2013-2014 is $26,000, which includes $750 for travel to the 2015 National Organic Symposium (NOS) to present a poster on their work. Each of the fellowships is sponsored by a prominent company, organization or individual endowment. Awardees are selected by an independent committee, and evidence of research accomplishments is an important factor in the selection process.
The number of fellowships is highly limited and it may not be possible to provide full fellowships for every worthy candidate. In these instances, competitive applicants will receive DOC Graduate Travel Fellowships for $750 to fund travel to the NOS.
The Division of Organic Chemistry annually awards fellowships to outstanding third and fourth year graduate students in organic chemistry. The program has awarded over 385 fellowships since 1981 (See the comprehensive list of the award winners).
We welcome contacts from companies, individuals and organizations interested in sponsoring annual fellowships or wishing to endow a fellowship. There are always many more deserving applicants than there are fellowships! Please contact Professor Scott R. Gilbertson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to sponsor a fellowship.
Emmanuil Troyansky Fellowship
In 2003, the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry established an endowed fellowship in the name of Emmanuil Troyansky. The Troyansky Fellowship is identical to all of the other fellowships in terms of stipend and other features. The only difference is that the funds come from an endowment made by the family rather than from an annual donation of a company.