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Amount: $57000
Fellowship Announcement

Because IPR conducts a clinical legal education program for sixteen Georgetown law students each semester, half of whom work on environmental projects, another key factor in selecting projects is their appropriateness for clinical teaching. At least two years of relevant prior work experience in environmental law, a fellowship with an environmental organization, or a judicial clerkship.

Amount: $10000
Louis and Gabrielle Bacon Environmental Leadership Fellowship - Center for Public Leadership

The Louis and Gabrielle Bacon Environmental Leadership Fellowship is a transformational experience designed to prepare a new generation for environmental leadership. The fellowship brings together emerging leaders from government, business, and NGOs who are committed to a career in environmental protection. The Center for Public Leadership acknowledges the generosity of Louis and Gabrielle Bacon for their support of the Bacon Environmental Leadership Fellowship. The Harvard University is not accepting applications for the Louis and Gabrielle Bacon Environmental Leadership Fellowship for academic year 2022-2023. THE AWARDRecipients of the Louis and Gabrielle Bacon Environmental Fellowship receive full tuition, health insurance and are eligible for an annual stipend of up to $10,000.

The Individual as Regulated Entity in the New by Michael P. Vandenbergh

Over, the need to focus on individual behavior exists across a wide range of health, safety and other areas, and will require substantial modifications in many aspects of the post-New Deal regulatory state.

Transnational Law and the Future of Chemical Regulat by Noah M. Sachs

Contributing to both international law and environmental law scholarship, this Article shows how transnational information flows can be harnessed to end the longstanding drought of data on chemical toxicity in the United States.

Faculty Scholarship

Providing an of the major questions, issues and debates, as well as the theories and methods used in studies of agency in earth system governance, this book provides a valuable resource for graduate students and researchers, as well as practitioners and policy makers working in environmental governance. It will appeal to graduate students and scholars researching environmental and developmental economics.

Amount: $25000
Department of Health and Human Services Grant

Projects are expected to use an approach that encompasses multiple domains (e.g., biological, behavioral, sociocultural, environmental, physical environment, or health system) and multiple levels (e.g., individual, interpersonal, community, societal) to understand post-hurricane health risk and resilience.

Amount: $2500
Application Process Deadlines

This scholarship is funded by Dr. Kelly Bricker and Nathan Bricker, with a match from the College of Health and an Anonymous Donor of the University in honor of leaders in sustainable tourism and outdoor recreation and adventure programs who have passed on, yet have left a legacy of providing access to amazing outdoor experiences and protecting the biodiversity of the university planet. Applicants should have a minimum GPA of 3.2 overall at the University of Utah, 3.5 in Parks, Recreation and Tourism within the Health, Kinesiology, and Recreation, and demonstrate financial need.

Amount: $5000
Drexel Dornsife School of Public Health - Scholarships and Fellowships

Students applying to the MPH or MS degree in Environmental and Occupational Health are eligible to be considered for this award. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate a firm commitment to embarking on a career in public health that will address the challenges facing disadvantaged children and mothers and improve their opportunities for healthy and productive lives. The Gold Scholarship is awarded to MD MPH students with experience and special interests in leadership as it relates to public health and medicine. PhD applicants are automatically reviewed for a fully funded graduate assistantship, which includes full tuition remission, a health insurance subsidy and a stipend in exchange for 20 hours-a-week of teaching and or research support, based on department needs.

Amount: $25000
Strategies to Increase Delivery of Guideline-Based Care to Populations with Health Disparities

In 2001, the Institute of Medicine highlighted the need for active dissemination and implementation efforts of health guidelines in the report Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century . Nowhere is this apparent than in low income and rural health care facilities, where health disparities remain high. For this FOA, practice settings could include Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC), safety-net facilities, community health centers, public hospitals, and other practice settings treating populations with disparities in HLBS diseases and disorders. Health disparities are the result of a complex interplay of patient, provider, and environmental factors. Characteristics such as poor access to health care, low socioeconomic status, insufficient health literacy, inadequate adherence to care, high obesity rates, and increased environmental exposure all play a role.


Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan offers four fellowships for research and instruction on architecture and the built environment. Projects may range from the exploration of emergent building, fabrication, and environmental technologies to the realization of architectural works and endeavors typically unsupported within conventional models of practice. The Transformative Food Systems Fellowship is rooted in the idea that bold leaders are urgently needed who reflect the communities most affected by intertwined environmental, health and economic food systems crises. During the two-year fellowship, TFS Fellows study food systems from diverse disciplinary angles and gain critical skills needed to construct truly transformative food systems that are equitable, health-promoting and ecologically resilient.