TABLE 4-1 Sources of Funding for Ph.D. Students by Year of Enrollment 2005-2006, by Percent

  YEAR 1 YEAR 2  
  Biomedical Sciences Physical and Mathematical Sciences Engineering Biomedical Sciences Physical and Mathematical Sciences Engineering
External fellowships or traineeships alone or with institutional support 25 9 10 33 11 11
Institutional fellowships and assistantships alone or with institutional support 34 25 27 18 17 20
Research assistantships 22 14 33 33 28 46
Teaching Assistantships Other or less than full 12 45 15 12 37 11
support 4 2 4 3 2 4
Unfunded 2 5 10 2 4 7

   

   

    YEAR 3 YEAR 4
Biomedical Sciences Physical and Mathematical Sciences Engineering Biomedical Sciences Physical and Mathematical Sciences Engineering
External fellowships or traineeships alone or with institutional support 35 13 11 35 13 10
Institutional fellowships and assistantships alone or with institutional support 16 14 18 14 14 17
Research assistantships 37 38 49 40 43 51
Teaching Assistantships Other or less than full 8 2 10 7 23 8
support 3 2 4 3 2 4
Unfunded 2 4 7 2 4 8



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