University of Michigan offers Fellowship Program for full-time graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, Michigan, 2012
Scholarship Program: Dow Sustainability Fellows Program
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: University of Michigan
Level of Study: The program supports full-time graduate students and postdoctoral scholars .
Subject(s): It supports the studies related to architecture, arts, business, engineering, environment, public health, law, medicine, public policy, social work, urban planning
Duration: The appointment is for 12 months
Number of Awards: Each year, 40 masters/professional degree fellows are selected from a pool of candidates nominated by Schools and Colleges throughout the University
Am I Eligible? (1) Full-time graduate students pursuing terminal masters and other professional degrees at U-M – Ann Arbor
(2) Fellows must reside in the Ann Arbor area for the duration of the Fellowship period
What does it cover? As a recipient of this honor, each Dow Fellow at the masters/professional level receives up to $20,000 to help support his/her studies.
How do I Apply? You can apply Electronically .
Scholarship Description: Established through a six-year gift from The Dow Chemical Company, the University of Michigan’s Dow Sustainability Fellows Program (program) is administered by the Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute (Graham Institute). The program supports full-time graduate students and postdoctoral scholars who are committed to finding interdisciplinary, actionable, and meaningful sustainability solutions on local-to-global scales. The program aspires to prepare future sustainability leaders to make a positive difference in organizations worldwide
Application closing date: The applications are due by 18 November, 2012