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Graduate Fellowship Program.—
A new brochure issued by the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies describes a program whereby universities can send their graduate students to Oak Ridge for thesis research. Administered by the institute for the Atomic Energy Commission, this Oak Ridge Graduate Fellowship Program is designed to give universities the opportunity to take advantage of the extensive research facilities in Oak Ridge, primarily those at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.Under the fellowship program, a student who has completed course work for a master's or doctor's degree in a science may apply for such a fellowship on recommendation of his graduate dean. On completion of his Oak Ridge research and successful completion of his thesis, the fellow is awarded his degree at the next regular commencement of the university from which he came. While in Oak Ridge, the fellow is still under university supervision, through an
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1957;165(13):1722–1723. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980310074019
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