A variety of fellowships, scholarships, and awards are available for graduate students from the Hotel and restaurant Management Program, the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Hospitality Management, the Graduate School, and the University. Your advisor can provide more information on scholarships for which you may qualify. Some of these are listed below.
NDHM Competitive Graduate Research Fellowships: Each year the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Hospitality Management awards two competitive research fellowships to graduate students of the Department: The Malone Zallen Graduate Research Fellowship, and The Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Hospitality Management Graduate Research Award. The objective of these awards is to encourage innovative research, enhance critical thinking, and develop grant writing skills.
Auburn University Graduate Student Thesis/Dissertation Research Awards: The intent of Graduate Student Research Awards is to provide partial support for thesis and dissertation research. These awards may be used to help support the purchase of materials and equipment necessary for data collection or for travel (within or outside the United States) for the purpose of conducting research. The Graduate Student Fellowship Committee encourages students from all areas of graduate study to participate in this program. For more information and guidelines, follow this link.
Auburn University Graduate Travel Award: The intent of Graduate Travel Awards is to provide partial travel support for students presenting research results at domestic and international professional meetings. First priority is given to those students presenting results of thesis or dissertation research. Limited funds prohibit support for field work or meetings (e.g. conferences, workshops, etc.) where student research results are not being presented. For more information and guidelines, follow this link.
HRMT Program Funds: The HRMT program occasionally provides travel support to partially cover the expenses of HRMT graduate students' travel to academic and professional meetings. Please consult with the director of the HRMT graduate program for more information.