Graduate Fellowship Program
(formerly known as the SRL Fellowship)
We are now accepting applications for the 2020 NortonLifeLock Research Group (NRG) Graduate Fellowship Program. Final award decisions will be made in January 2020.
Fellowships will be bestowed on one or more exceptional Ph.D. students who meet the eligibility criteria listed below. Our program aims to fund innovative research that not only has real-world value but aligns well with key areas within our business. Topics of interest include:
The NRG Graduate Fellowship provides up to $20,000 USD that may be used to cover one year of the student's tuition fees and/or reimburse expenses incurred by the student during research collaboration with NRG. Common examples of expenses are, but not limited to, conference registration fees, travel expenses, hardware, etc. If the recipient's intended use of the endowment is to cover tuition, this portion of the award will be made available through the university.
Most importantly, each award includes a salaried internship with NortonLifeLock Research Group. In most cases, interns will collaborate with NortonLifeLock Research Group at one of our locations (Culver City, CA, USA; Mountain View, CA, USA; Dublin, Ireland; Sophia-Antipolis, France). Please note that all fellowship applicants shall be considered for internships and full-time employment with NortonLifeLock and may be encouraged to apply for open positions.
Application materials must include the following: