Nancy and Frank Kudla Endowed Fellowship in Cybersecurity

Nancy and Frank Kudla Endowed Fellowship in Cybersecurity for “Spring 2023”

A prestigious and competitive graduate fellowship program that supports graduate student research and education in cyber security. Fellowship recipients:
Receives up to $12,000 per year toward your program tuition and fees
Collaborate with world-class cyber security researchers during a paid graduate research assistantship
Access state-of-the art cyber security research laboratories
Kudla Fellows are highly sought after by employers

To be eligible for the Kudla Endowed Fellowship in Cybersecurity, applicants must be
- A U.S. Citizen
- A student in the UTSA Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT), Cyber Security Concentration program.
*Prospective students who have started an application to the MSIT, Cyber Security Concentration program, and who have an authenticated student abc123, may apply for the fellowship during the application process.
- Maintain full-time student status while in the program.
- Commit to a year-round (fall, spring and summer semester) paid Graduate Research Assistantship.
- Kudal Fellows may not engage in outside employment during their fellowship, to ensure maximum success and engagement in their academic studies and Graduate Research Assistantship.

Carlos Alvarez College of Business
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please provide application cover letter.
  2. Upload a copy of your resume or CV.
  3. Personal Essay (maximum 1500 words) to answer the following: Discuss your career aspirations and research interests relative to cybersecurity. How have you and/or how might you help others in the future with your knowledge and reputation in cybersecurity?
  4. Please provide the name of the university, program and GPA for all prior undergraduate and graduate degrees