Center for Aquatic Conservation Fellowships
The Center for Aquatic Conservation (CAC) promotes the application of scientific knowledge to conserve earth’s freshwater sources. Previously its own entity, CAC is now under the umbrella of the Environmental Change Initiative and continues to offer graduate student fellowships for the academic year.
The primary purpose of these fellowships is to foster research that connects scientific, technical, or policy analysis with natural resource management or policy. CAC Fellowships have already been awarded for the 2012-2013 academic year. Please check back for details on next year's call for proposals.
For more information on applying for a CAC fellowship, please contact Joanna McNulty, ND-ECI Business and Program Manager, at (574) 208-6080 or jmcnulty.9 (at) nd (dot) edu
The University of Notre Dame’s Ph.D. training program in Global Linkages of Biology, the Environment, and Society (GLOBES) takes an interdisciplinary approach to human and environmental health students. Teams of GLOBES student scholars, faculty, and researchers from throughout the University’s College of Science, College of Arts and Letters, and Law School work together to seek innovative solutions to interrelated problems. The Environmental Change Initiative has partnered with GLOBES to give students further research experience. (photos)
Information for applying to a GLOBES fellowship can be found on the GLOBES website or by contacting the GLOBES office at (574) 631-3287.
This portal, designed for graduate students and postdocs who are pursuing environmental research, provides a gateway to opportunities beyond the classroom and research lab. It is continuously updated and draws upon information contributed by a collection of universities and collaborations.