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Welcome to the Frank B. Martin Fellowship
Purpose of the Frank B. Martin CUMREC Fellowship
The Frank B. Martin CUMREC Fellowship Program is an MSU-supported program intended to increase the number of graduate students pursuing careers in Information Technology, preferably in higher education administrative computing.
The Graduate School at MSU offers fellowship programs that provide financial support for outstanding students who are enrolled in graduate degree programs. The Frank B. Martin CUMREC Fellowship, was established in 2005 with an endowment agreement between Michigan State University (MSU) and the CUMREC Board of Directors, whose gift fund donation made it possible.
Goals of the Frank B. Martin CUMREC Fellowship
The Frank B. Martin CUMREC Fellowship was established for the development of higher education professionals and the transformation of education through information technologies. It is intended to benefit candidates from a broad range of graduate education paths that offer areas of specialization, focus, and concentration in information and computing technologies. The Graduate School at MSU solicits nominations not only from Information Technology (IT)-related colleges at MSU, but also from ‘non-IT’ colleges (in the traditional sense) that offer IT-related courses of study. Ideal candidates will also have career plans in higher education.
Students with career goals of working as information technology builders, infrastructure support specialists, IT managers, and administrative process functional leaders may follow completely different educational paths in preparation. Therefore, the Fellowship has been made available to students enrolled in all graduate colleges and departments.
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