We award fellowships and a number of RA positions each academic year. These are determined by our Ph.D. in Environmental Science Committee. Fellowships are awarded to selected students for a period of anywhere from one to up to four years. Typically a fellowship provides a stipend and a fee remission for an academic year. Fellowship recipients must be enrolled for a minimum of eight credit hours per semester.
Students in the Ph.D. in Environmental Science program are strongly encouraged to gain some instructional experience. The nature and amount of teaching undertaken by a doctoral student varies according to individual goals. Each student should discuss their teaching interests and goals with their major advisor, advisory committee, and program director.
Roy W. Shin Fellowship
Established to honor Professor Emeritus Roy W. Shin. The fellowship supports doctoral students with outstanding academic achievement doing dissertation research in energy or environmental policy in northeast Asia and those who intend to pursue a career in teaching and research activities. Up to $5,000 may be awarded.
Graduate Minority Pre-doctoral Fellowship
A merit-based award available to minority incoming doctoral students consisting of a one-year fellowship and two years of departmental graduate assistantship. The stipend ranges from $8,000 to $11,500 per year and includes 12 credit hours fee remission per semester. Students must be nominated by SPEA.
Educational Opportunity Fellowship
A needs-based fellowship award for under-represented minority masters and doctoral students. Applicants must demonstrate need, be a U.S. citizen, and accepted to an IU graduate program. The award consists of $750 per semester and $350 for the summer and allows non-Indiana residents to pay in-state tuition for 12 credit hours per academic year semester. A student may receive the EOF a maximum of two times. Students must be nominated by SPEA.
For more information on any of the above fellowships:
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