Fellowships in Sustainability Science
The Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University offers doctoral, post-doctoral, and mid-career fellowships. The fellowships are tenable during Harvard’s academic year beginning in September 2016.
Deadline: January 15, 2016
Where and where:
Harvard during the University’s academic year beginning in September 2016
Who can Apply:
- be advanced doctoral and post-doctoral students, or a mid-career professionals engaged in research or practice that advances the goals of the program.
- have a focused personal research or writing objective that is consistent with those goals.
- be interested in spending some of their time as fellows in collaborations with other fellows and faculty in the program in ways that will advance the interdisciplinary, problem-driven agenda of sustainability science more broadly.
- Applications for the mid-career fellowships are invited from individuals in governmental, non-governmental, private organizations, or academia with at least five years of professional experience doing work involved in linking science and practice for sustainable development.
- Applications for the post-doctoral fellowships are welcome from recent recipients of the Ph.D. or equivalent degree. (Applicants must have completed their Ph.D. between 2011 and 2016.)
- Applicants for a doctoral fellowship must currently be enrolled in a doctoral program and have passed their qualifying exams (completed coursework and passed oral and/or written exams) by July 2016.
- Applicants whose doctoral programs do not require qualifying exams must have completed all the required coursework for the Ph.D., since fellows will not be doing course work while at Harvard.
- Applications are solicited from individuals working in the natural and social sciences as well as relevant professions.
For more information about Application Procedure
To apply follow this link
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