The University of Michigan’s Dow Sustainability Postdoctoral Fellowships support a new generation of sustainability scholars who understand the necessity of collaborating across disciplines and sectors to address complex sustainability challenges. Fellowships are funded through a mix of support from the Dow program and U-M academic units. The program seeks candidates working on sustainability issues at the interface of the social sciences/humanities and natural/physical/engineering sciences.
Nominations are now open for the 2016 cohort of postdoctoral fellows. U-M faculty are invited to nominate qualified candidates to be considered for the program until Monday, September 19, 2016. To be eligible, applicants must have already committed to a postdoc position at U-M.
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