Sustainability Science Fellowship for Doctoral, Postdoctoral and Mid-career professional Studies at Harvard University, Massachusetts, 2013
Harvard University offers Sustainability Science Fellowship for Doctoral , Post-doctoral and Mid-career professional Studies, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2013
Scholarship Program: Sustainability Science Fellowship at Harvard University
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: The fellowships are available for U.S. Citizens
Employer: Harvard University funds for Sustainability Science fellowship
Level of Study: The Fellowship available for Doctoral , Post-doctoral and mid-career professional Studies.
Subject(s): It supports Studies related to Sustainability Science.
Duration: Fellowships are available for 10 months (September 2013-May 2014), 12 months (September 2013-August 2014), the fall 2013 semester or spring 2014 semester (mid-career fellows only), or for two academic years (post-doctoral fellows only) (September 2013-August 2015).
Number of Awards: Each year, the Sustainability Science Program recruits approximately 15-20 fellows to work with one another and with Harvard faculty.
Am I Eligible?The Sustainability Science Fellowships are open to advanced doctoral and post-doctoral students, and to mid-career professionals engaged in research or practice that advances the goals of the program.
What does it cover? The Sustainability Science Fellowship is based on a 12-month stipend of $55,000 for post-doctoral fellows, $28,000 for doctoral fellows, and a negotiated amount for mid-career fellows depending on their citizenship, current salary, current employment location, seniority, and other sources of support ($35,000 maximum).
How do I Apply? You can apply Electronically.
Scholarship Description: The Sustainability Science Program aims to facilitate the design, implementation, and evaluation of effective interventions that promote sustainable development. To that end, we seek to advance scientific understanding of human-environment systems; to improve linkages between relevant research and innovation communities on the one hand, and relevant policy and management communities on the other; and, more broadly, to build capacity for linking knowledge with action to promote sustainability.
Application closing date: Applications for the fellowship are due January 15, 2013.