The ERP Program is committed to developing a diverse student body with the assistance of the Admissions and External Affairs Committee and Diversity Committee. Both of these faculty committees are charged with identifying well qualified students from targeted underrepresented groups to consider research careers in Endocrinology & Reproductive Physiology.
Undergraduates who are entering their junior or senior year are encouraged to consider participating in the Summer Research Opportunities Programs on campus to experience the research opportunities available at UW-Madison and with faculty members from the ERP Program.
Especially for Minority Graduate Students
The University of Wisconsin-Madison offers graduate fellowships for domestic minority and educationally disadvantaged students. The fellowship competition is open to new incoming graduate students and is held annually in February and March. If you are interested in being considered for this fellowship opportunity, please contact the Program Coordinator for additional information. Both M.S. and Ph.D. applicants are eligible for consideration.
The Multicultural Graduate Network is a community of scholars providing both academic and social networks to support graduate education.
- Office of Equity and Diversity
- Science and Medicine Graduate Research Scholars (SciMed GRS)
- TEAM Science Grant funded through the Center for Women’s Health Research
For more information, contact the program coordinator.