Center for a Livable Future Announces Doctoral
Fellowships for 2003-2004
The Johns Hopkins
Center for a
Livable Future has announced the creation of a doctoral
fellowship program, which will support students (Ph.D.,
Sc.D. or Dr.P.H.) committed to discovery or application of
knowledge about the environmental, economic, social and
health impacts of industrial animal production practices in
the United States or abroad. The program is funded for the
next five years.
Students are eligible for support during any stage of
their graduate program. Each fellow will receive a grant of
up to $50,000 that can be used for tuition, stipend and/or
research expenses, depending on individual needs, with an
option for renewal. Awards for the 2003-2004 academic year
will be announced Sept. 30.
Interested students should submit a letter stating
educational and career goals, a budget and intended use of
the funds; a transcript, if a current student; a
description of their research proposal, if developed; and
at least one recommendation from a faculty sponsor.
Interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged.
Applications should be submitted by Sept. 5 to Polly
Walker, W8503, 615 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21205. For
further information, contact Kelly Hoban Green at
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