2012 William H. Greenberg Fellowship at Rutgers University

March 31, 2012 Comments Off

 

School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University is funding Fellowship Program for Research Candidates in Climate and Environmental Science, New Jersey, 2012

Level of study: Research

Employer: School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University

Subject: Climate and Environmental Science

Duration:The fellowship may be renewable for a total of four years, conditional on successful performance

Eligibility:

1. Must be post-qualifying student in a Rutgers Ph.D program who is conducting research on the topic of climate and environmental change.

2. Support as their academic endeavors are related to studying the causes of climate change, understanding its effects on our society and environment, and informing society about those impacts. Preference is given to students concentrating in science as opposed to policy.

What does it cover? The fellowship will cover the student’s tuition for up to 6 credits per year, a 12-month stipend of $28,000, and Aetna health benefits.

Apply: Online

Scholarship Description: The William H. Greenberg Fellowship was established by Mrs. Phyllis Greenberg to honor her husband who was a graduate of Rutgers University. Greenberg fellows are Rutgers University graduate students who have completed their qualifying exams and whose Ph.D. research fits within the scope of the Climate and Environmental Change Initiative. Thus, Greenberg Fellows receive substantial support as their academic endeavors are related to studying the causes of climate change, understanding its effects on our society and environment, and informing society about those impacts.

Application closing date: 25 April, 2012

Further Scholarship Information and Application: http://climatechange.rutgers.edu/greenberg.html

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