Jump to:Page Content
Please check back after November 1, 2015 for details on the Academic year 2016-17 Fellowship.
The Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University invites applications for resident fellowships in sustainability science for the academic year beginning in September 2015. This year’s competition is focused on three thematic areas related to energy and sustainability. We are seeking applications focusing on: 1) decarbonizing energy systems in the European Union; 2) designing, developing, and/or implementing sustainable energy technologies and policies in China; and 3) the impacts of fossil fuel subsidies on economic, environmental, and health indicators and the actions that can be taken to reduce them. The fellowship competition is open to advanced doctoral and post-doctoral students, and to mid-career professionals engaged in research or practice to facilitate the design, implementation, and evaluation of effective interventions that promote sustainable development. The thematic areas are led by Professors Henry Lee and Joseph Aldy. The Program is also open, however, to strong proposals in any area of sustainability science. In addition to general funds available to support this fellowship offering, special funding for the Giorgio Ruffolo Fellowships in Sustainability Scienceis available to support citizens of Italy, China, or developing countries who are therefore especially encouraged to apply. For more information on the fellowships application process see http://www.hks.harvard.edu/centers/mrcbg/programs/sustsci/fellowships. Applications are due February 2, 2015 and decisions will be announced in March 2015.
Due date for applications: March 1, 2016
The Science Technology and Public Policy Program and the Environment and Natural Resources Program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government are accepting applications for the Vicki Norberg-Bohm Fellowship. The purpose of the fellowship is to support Kennedy School of Government PhD candidates conducting early exploratory research on energy, environmental, or science and technology issues. The fellowship is designed to enable doctoral students to expose themselves to a wide range of researchers and research approaches early on in their training before they make their ultimate choice of a dissertation topic. The award can be used for a variety of activities such as conducting field work, visiting leading scholars and research institutions, providing support for an internship, or learning a foreign language in a host country. Applications will be accepted from students enrolled in one of the Kennedy School of Government's doctoral programs, i.e. Public Policy, Political Economy and Government, Social Policy, Health Policy. Preference will be given to students in their first two years of the program, or prior to passing their qualifying exams. For more information on the fellowship application process, click here. For information on past fellowship recipients, click here. Applications are due March 1, 2016.
The Giorgio Ruffolo Fellowships in Sustainability Science honor the legacy of Giorgio Ruffolo, Italy's first Minister of the Environment (1987-92). Mr. Ruffolo worked to build Italian and European Union environmental programs and, through his charismatic leadership, encouraged many young Italians to pursue environmental careers. Designed to strengthen international networks and capacity in the field of sustainability science, the fellowships enable doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers, and mid-career professionals to spend time one year as Visiting Fellows at the Center for International Development, with preference given to citizens of Italy, China, Brazil, India or developing countries. The Ruffolo Fellowships, established in 2007, are a component of a gift provided by the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land, and Sea to create a Fund for Sustainable Development at Harvard. For more information on the fellowship application process, click here.