Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 1.djvu/800

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page needs to be proofread.


106 STAT. 768 PUBLIC LAW 102-325—JULY 23, 1992 the Secretary finds that such individual is maintaining satisfactory proficiency in, and devoting essentially full time to, study or research in the field in which such fellowship was awarded, in an institution of higher education, and is not engaging in gainfiil employment other than part-time employment by such institution in teaching, research, or similar activities, approved by the Secretary. "(b) REPORTS FROM RECIPIENTS.—The Secretary is authorized to require reports containing such information in such form and filed at such times as the Secretary determines necessary from any person awarded a fellowship under the provisions of this part. The reports shall be accompanied by a certificate from an appropriate ofi&cial at the institution of higher education, library, arcmve, or other research center approved by the Secretary, stating that such individual is making satisfactory progress in, and is devoting essentially fiili time to the program for which the fellowship was awarded. 20 USC 1134k-l. •«£€. 935. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. 'There are authorized to be appropriated $30,000,000 for fiscal year 1993 and such sums as may be necessary for each of the 4 succeeding fiscal years to carry out this part. "PART D—GRADUATE ASSISTANCE IN AREAS OF NATIONAL NEED 20 USC 1134/. ••SEC. 941. PURPOSE. "In order to sustain and enhsmce the capacity for teaching and research in areas of national need, it is me purpose of the part to provide, through academic departments and programs of institutions of higher education, a fellowship program to assist graduate students of superior abihty who demonstrate financieJ need. 20 USC 1134m. «SEC. 942. GRANTS TO ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AND PROGRAMS OF INSTITUTIONS. "(a) GRANT AUTHORITY. — "(1) IN GENERAL. — The Secretary shall make grants to academic departments and programs and other academic imits of institutions of higher education that provide courses of study leading to a graduate degree in order to enable such institutions to provide assistance to graduate students in accordance with this part. "(2) ADDITIONAL GRANTS. —The Secretary may also make grants to such departments and programs and to other units of institutions of higher education granting graduate degrees which submit ^'oint proposals involving nondegree granting institutions which have formal arrangements for the support of doctoral dissertation research with degree-granting institutions. Nondegree granting institutions eligible for awards as part of such joint proposes include amr organization which— "(A) is described in section 501(c)(3) of the Interned Revenue Code of 1986, and is exempt from tax under section 501(a) of such Code; "(B) is organized and operated substantially to conduct scientific and cultural research and graduate training programs; "(C) is not a private foundation;