[Fcs-grad] FW: graduate fellowship potentially of interest to students in your department

Jenny Stout jenny.stout at fcs.utah.edu
Thu May 16 23:57:22 MDT 2019


Hello HDSP students,
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From: James M Curry <james.curry at poli-sci.utah.edu>
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2019 2:29 PM
To: Jenny Stout <jenny.stout at fcs.utah.edu>
Subject: graduate fellowship potentially of interest to students in your department

Hi Jenny,

Would you be willing to distribute the attached announcement about a fellowship available to graduate students in your department? Below is a briefer synopsis.

Utah Scholars Strategy Network Graduate Fellowship
The Utah Chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network is looking for a Graduate Fellow to support chapter activities. In the next academic year, we are planning a Policy Engagement Training series, and projects around issues of air pollution and health inequalities. Ideally, the fellow will share interest in these endeavors.  Depending on the fellow's interest, this position may result in collaborations with other researchers. And, regardless, this position will provide the fellow with hands-on policy and research experience. The Fellow will be responsible for a number of projects and event duties, noted below, and will receive a $500 honorarium in two installments (January and June) with the potential for a bonus of $500. The ideal candidate would start immediately and work until June 2020 with potential for renewal.
How to Apply
We request two materials as part of your application:

  1.  Email a letter of interest to Sarah Diefendorf (sarah at scholars.org<mailto:sarah at scholars.org>) with the subject line "Utah SSN Grad Fellow - [Your Name]."
  2.  Ask your dissertation chair or advisor to send a letter of support, on your behalf, to Sarah Diefendorf via email as well. This does not need to be a lengthy letter of recommendation, but rather a document that indicates that the faculty member supports you in this work at this stage of your graduate career.
Applications are due June 1st. Please reach out if you have any questions.

Thanks!,
Jim


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University of Utah
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