- US Federal Government (usually restricted to US citizens and permanent residents)
- NSF Dissertation Improvement grants (usually for advanced students, primarily to cover research costs)
- Private Foundations, Professional Societies, and other Organizations (usually open to non-US citizens)
- Stanford Opportunities
- Fellowships in Washington or other off-campus sites
- Other Governments and Multinational Organizations - International Students
- Postdoctoral Opportunities and Other Professional Development
- Interdisciplinary and Environmental Research Grant Programs (for IPER students and their advisors )
- Resources Posted by Other Universities and Organizations
- Summer Funding and Other Opportunities
- School of Earth Sciences/IPER Research Grants
- Summer Programs and Internships
- Field Courses and Workshops
- Green Technology Entrepreneurship Academy- UC Davis Center for Entrepreneurship
- Remote Sensing for Ecosystem Assessment- University of Cambridge and Moscow State University Summer Field Course, Kola Peninsula, Russia
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- Annual Santa Fe Institute Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science Modeling and Complexity, Santa Fe, NM
- Debating Science Workshop - NSF and the University of MT (Missoula) Center for Ethics
- Field Study in Public and Environment Health, The School for Field Studies (SFS), Kimana, Kenya
Qualified candidates are considered on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Environmental Studies in the Boreal Forest- University of AK Fairbanks Summer Field Course, Fedorovskoe, Russia
- American Meteorological Society's Summer Policy Colloquium, Washington DC
Morris K. Udall Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
The Udall Foundation is accepting applications for the 2009 Environmental Public Policy & Conflict Resolution Dissertation Fellowship. View the application in .PDF form. This is for qualified Ph.D. students.
The Udall Foundation awards two one-year fellowships of up to $24,000 to doctoral candidates whose research concerns U.S. environmental public policy and/or environmental conflict resolution, and who are entering their final year of writing the dissertation. Dissertation Fellowships are intended to cover both academic and living expenses from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010. The application deadline is February 20, 2009.
For additional information about the Dissertation Fellowship, including eligibility, program conditions, and biographies of recent fellows, visit the Udall website.
Previously funded fields of study include geography; marine sciences; environmental anthropology; political science; economics; government; environmental science, policy and management; ecology; environmental justice; regional planning; natural resource policy; and environmental analysis and design. Interdisciplinary projects are particularly welcome.
While scholarly excellence is of prime importance in selection of fellows, the Foundation is also seeking to identify individuals who have a demonstrated commitment to environmental public policy and/or environmental conflict resolution, and who have the potential to make a significant impact in the real world.
Established by Congress in 1992 to honor Morris King Udall's thirty years of service in the House of Representatives, the Morris K. Udall Foundation is dedicated to educating a new generation of Americans to preserve and protect their national heritage through studies in the environment, Native American health care and tribal public policy. The Foundation's educational programs are supported by income from a trust fund in the U.S. Treasury.