HMEI-STEP Graduate Fellowship Open House and Q&A

The High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) will host an in-person open house for Princeton graduate students interested in applying to the HMEI-STEP Graduate Fellowship Program in Guyot Hall, Room 100.

RSVP for the open house here or to Amber Lee, HMEI’s undergraduate/graduate program manager — facial coverings are optional.

Students will have the opportunity to speak with current HMEI-STEP fellows, as well as discuss the program and research-funding opportunities with program director Elke Weber, the Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment, HMEI Director Gabriel Vecchi, professor of geosciences and the High Meadows Environmental Institute.

HMEI-STEP is a two-year program that allows Ph.D. candidates to explore the environmental policy dimensions of their research. Students who complete the requirements of HMEI-STEP fellowship are award a Graduate Certificate in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs in addition to their primary degree. HMEI offers half financial support for two years (stipend and tuition), and fellows receive a $3,500 award to support their work.

HMEI-STEP applications for 2022 are open through April 1.

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HMEI-STEP Graduate Fellowship Open House and Q&A

Event Date

Thu, Mar 17, 2022 ・ 12:30 PM - 1:20 PM

Location

Guyot Hall, Room 100

Category

The High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) will host an in-person open house for Princeton graduate students interested in applying to the HMEI-STEP Graduate Fellowship Program in Guyot Hall, Room 100.

RSVP for the open house here or to Amber Lee, HMEI’s undergraduate/graduate program manager — facial coverings are optional.

Students will have the opportunity to speak with current HMEI-STEP fellows, as well as discuss the program and research-funding opportunities with program director Elke Weber, the Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment, HMEI Director Gabriel Vecchi, professor of geosciences and the High Meadows Environmental Institute.

HMEI-STEP is a two-year program that allows Ph.D. candidates to explore the environmental policy dimensions of their research. Students who complete the requirements of HMEI-STEP fellowship are award a Graduate Certificate in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs in addition to their primary degree. HMEI offers half financial support for two years (stipend and tuition), and fellows receive a $3,500 award to support their work.

HMEI-STEP applications for 2022 are open through April 1.