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    • Arts & Humanities, Division of Biological Sciences, Jacobs School of Engineering, Physical Sciences, Rady School of Management, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Social Sciences and Health Sciences. 
  • Masters candidates are not eligible. 
  • MSTP students are only eligible for support during their years in a Ph.D. program and a compelling case needs to be made as to how the Katzin Prize would retain them at UC San Diego to complete the Ph.D. portion of their studies
  • International students are eligible
  • Students must be enrolled full-time at the time of award


  • Each prize will provide $10provide $10,000 of annual funding to the recipient, allocated for each year of study, and renewable for up to five years (for a total of five years of supportsupport totaling $50,000).  
    • Each award of $10,000 will be funded by The Katzin Prize Endowment Fund, which was established by Jerome and Miriam Katzin as a generous gift of $4 million for an endowed fellowship and to support graduate students.
  • The prize funding must be over and above the financial support package offered to the student by his or her home department because it is intended as a mark of distinction. All financial support packages should meet or exceed the minimum level as outlined here:
  • Successful candidates are expected to attend all Katzin Prize events and provide annual written updates on the use and impact of funds from the prize. 
  • Recipients are expected to write a thank you/introduction letter to the donor.