The Stewart Fellowship
Established to provide financial support to graduate students enrolled in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences in the School of Public Health & Health Sciences whose academic concentration is exposure science/assessment in the occupational or general environment. Recipients will conduct research in exposures due to emerging technologies such as these areas of current interest, e.g., e-cigarettes, 3-D printers, nanotechnology, fracking, and/or mathematical modeling of exposures. As areas of current interest change, the Dean or his/her designee will determine if proposed research topic(s) meet the intention of this fellowship. The results of the student’s research and work will be presented in an academic seminar. Selection will be based on the academic achievement of a candidate with strong consideration given to financial need. The candidate must have graduated from an accredited undergraduate institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
- Supplemental Questions
- Please list the name, city, state and country of the institution where you received your undergraduate degree.
- What was your undergraduate cumulative GPA?
- In 500 words, describe how your work encompasses exposure science / exposure assessment and how it is cutting-edge or examining emerging environmental health challenges.
- In 500 words, provide a description of the work to be conducted over the next 6-9 months.
- List of sources of funding and total funds available (approx.) for your support for summer and fall 2020 (no word limit).