Students are able to choose among the numerous offerings of four major universities to create a graduate program from which they will bring an interdisciplinary mix of skills and experience to bear on the environmental problems of their countries.
Students are part of a joint Museum-university program offering the PhD degree.
Under the direction of a Museum curator or other staff member, students will attend classes at both the Museum and their chosen university.
The fellowship will provide travel assistance, stipend support for 12 months, and tuition. Support is for 4 years, renewable annually providing the student remains in good standing.
Fellowship Application Eligibility Criteria:
Applicants should first contact the Office of Grants and Fellowships to discuss their interests, background and eligibility for the Program.
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.