The SAGE-IGERT Fellowship Program supports technology developments that will enable the conservation generation, or storage of clean energy, as well as innovative approaches to the evaluation of new technologies. The fellowship includes 2 years of funding, opportunities for international experiences, collaborative research environment, and partnerships with industry, government & NGO’s.
Graduate students interested in applying interdisciplinary approaches to their research related to alternative energy materials should apply.
Candidates must be US citizens or permanent residents, enrolled in a PhD program in the College of Chemistry, College of Natural Resources (including Energy & Resources Group), Haas School of Business, School of Public Health, Goldman School of Public Policy, or College of Engineering, and have at least 2 years remaining in your graduate program. (Preference will be given to students in their first 3 years of graduate school)
For more information and to access the online application visit the SAGE website. The deadline is October 19th, 2015.
If you have additional questions, contact Program Director, Tom McKeag.