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Spring 2021 Physics Bardasis STEM Fellowship Application
The Physics Bardasis STEM Fellowship program is intended for current sophomore, junior, and senior Physics majors. The purpose of the program is to foster community among the cohort, provide academic and other support as needed, and to provide financial support of up to $2,500 per semester.

To apply for the Physics Bardasis STEM Fellowship program at the University of Maryland, please fill out and submit the following application by Monday, January 11, 2021. Please send any questions or comments to Donna Hammer (dhammer@umd.edu) and Tom Gleason (tgleason@umd.edu).
First Name: *
Last Name: *
Pronouns (optional)
UID: *
Which of the following describes you? *
You must be in one of these categories in order to apply.
The Physics Bardasis STEM Fellowship program is designed to support students who are passionate about Physics, and who have financial need and/or who face challenges in completing the Physics major. Bardasis Fellows are required to participate in a semester-long seminar and other related activities to support their success in Physics at the University of Maryland. Please write a meaningful essay explaining why you are interested in becoming a Physics Bardasis STEM Fellow. *
What educational plans do you currently have? (Check all that apply) *
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What career plans do you currently have? (Check all that apply) *
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If you were not majoring in physics, what would your major be? *
Which area(s) do you feel may realistically present obstacles that could prevent you from obtaining a degree in physics? Check all that apply. *
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If you have completed a FAFSA, please list your unmet financial need before loans as reported to you by the Financial Aid Office.
(Cost of attendance, according to FAFSA, minus estimated family contribution)
Note: If your FAFSA does not fully acknowledge your financial situation, please explain below.
Currently, how would you describe your likelihood of completing a degree in physics? *
Not very likely
Highly likely
As you entered your 1st semester at Maryland, how would you have described your likelihood of completing a degree in physics? *
Not very likely
Highly likely
If your previous two answers are different, what has changed?
How would you describe your peers in the physics department at Maryland? *
Cold and unfriendly
Warm and friendly
Please elaborate on your response above.
How would you describe the faculty in the physics department at Maryland? *
Cold and unfriendly
Warm and friendly
Please elaborate on your response above.
How would you describe the overall climate in the physics department at Maryland? *
Cold and unfriendly
Warm and friendly
Are you interested in physics research? *
Have you had any undergraduate research experience? If so, please briefly describe. *
What are your research interests? *
How many hours a week do you typically spend working at a job outside the university? *
How many hours a week do you typically spend on class-related activities (reading, studying, etc)? *
Do you think you spend enough time on class-related activities? *
If not, what has prevented you from doing so?
What additional science activities and/or outreach experiences have you been involved with? (SPS, tutoring, Maryland Days, etc.) *
When do you anticipate graduating? *
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