Norma and Jerol Sonosky Environmental Sustainability Summer Fellowship

 

Applications are no longer being accepted for 2016.

The Norma and Jerol Sonosky Summer Fellowship supports summer graduate research in environmental themes, alternative energy, and other sustainable solutions to environmental challenges.

Promoting these themes is central to the mission of the USC Wrigley Institute, which strives to promote responsible and creative environmental stewardship in society and stimulate innovative leading-edge research in marine and environmental science.

The Fellowship is open to all qualified Ph.D. students enrolled full-time in a USC Dornsife department or program, and supports 12-weeks of independent summer research (May 16 – August 15, 2016). During this time, Fellows also engage in professional development training and public outreach opportunities to communicate their research to broader audiences.

Download the 2016 Sonosky Summer Fellowship announcement for more information about the program.

Applications are no longer being accepted for 2016.

Please contact Dr. Jessica Dutton with questions at jmdutton@usc.edu or (213) 740-9888.

This fellowship is funded by the generous support of Norma and Jerol Sonosky, in partnership with the USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies.

 

See the:

 

2016 Norma and Jerol Sonosky Summer Fellows and projects

2015 Norma and Jerol Sonosky Summer Fellows and projects

2014 Norma and Jerol Sonosky Summer Fellows, projects and presentations

2013 Norma and Jerol Sonosky Summer Fellows and projects