NYC Urban Field Station
This fellowship is sponsored jointly by URI and the Hixon Center and the NYC Urban Field Station. It is a partnership between the U.S. Forest Service and The NYC Department of Parks & Recreation. Applications due March 2, 2015. See the Call for Fellows for more information.
Morton Arboretum’s Center for Tree Science (Chicago)
The Center for Tree Science at The Morton Arboretum brings together scientists and experts to participate in collaborative research that addresses key challenges facing trees in urban areas and in the wild. Follow the Hixon Fellowship application guidelines to apply for this opportunity. Read more about the Morton Fellowship here.
Five grant awards ranging from $5,000 - $7,000 are available to Yale FES students interested in conducting natural and social science research, education & outreach projects for the following topic areas:
In the fall 2015 term, students must take a 3-credit project course to complete their research/project manuscript. Projects must be completed by mid-December 2015. The award will be provided in 3 installments: 50% upon acceptance of the proposal; 25% upon enrollment in the project course in September; and the final 25% upon completion of the project course, and receipt of an abstract and of a minimum 10-page final report (which will be published on the Hixon website).
Applicants are strongly encouraged to attend the 2014 Hixon Fellow presentations on February 27 from 9:00 -10:30 a.m. in Sage room 41C.
Gaboury Benoit Colleen Murphy-Dunning
Faculty Director Center Director