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November 27, 2007

Fellowships in Sustainability Science

Fellowships in Sustainability Science at
Center for International Development, Harvard University.
Due date for applications: 1 February 2008

The Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University’s Center for International Development invites applications for resident fellowships in sustainability science for the University’s academic year beginning in September 2008. The fellowship competition is open to advanced doctoral and post-doctoral students, and to professionals engaged in the practice of harnessing science and technology to promote sustainable development. Applicants should describe how their work would contribute to "sustainability science," the emerging field of use-inspired research seeking understanding of the interactions between human and environmental systems as well as the application of such knowledge to sustainability challenges relating to advancing development of agriculture, habitation, energy and materials, health and water while conserving the earth’s life support systems. This year we will give some preference to applicants who address the challenges related to meeting human needs for water in the context of sustainable development. In addition to general funds available to support this fellowship offering, special funding for the Giorgio Ruffolo Fellowships in Sustainability Science is available to support citizens of Italy or developing countries who are therefore especially encouraged to apply. For more information on the fellowships application process, see http://www.cid.harvard.edu/sustsci/grants/fellows/08ellows_RFP.htm

Posted by ami at November 27, 2007 09:28 AM

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