Project: Atlantic Emerging Technologies & Industrial Hygiene Training Center
This collaborative project is sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences under the leadership of the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy, and the following partners: Rutgers School of Public Health and UMET School of Environmental Affairs (Subaward 41977-B)
This program provide unique research opportunities in Green Chemistry, Occupational Epidemiology, Environmental Toxicology and Industrial Hygiene. Selected students will receive in-depth faculty-mentoring to facilitate their graduate research, a scholarship to take two electives courses in Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH); take three (3) times the Thesis courses; and participate in related activities during two (2) years.
CALL FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Student-Faculty Research Collaboration
Eligibility: Graduate students (GPA: 3:00) currently enrolled at the School of Environmental Affairs taking courses or involved in research under the Master of Science in Environmental Management Program, with a specialization in Environmental Risk Assessment and Management, are encouraged to apply. Other requirements for eligibility are:
Be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident
Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) every year
Be enrolled as full-time student during the 2017-2018 academic year at the School of Environmental, UMET
Have interest in research projects related to green chemistry or emerging hazardous waste products
Not receive other federal financial support during this fellowship
Application Documents: The Student-Faculty Research Collaboration application may be initiated by a mentor or a student. Faculty mentors are encouraged to mentor students in the application-writing. Part of the mentoring process is to carefully review student-written documents prior to submission.
The application has the following sections:
Application form: Basic Information of the student (student profile)
Research Narrative: A PDF or Word document addressing Research description, Research aims (e.g., research question, project goal and objectives(s), Disciplinary context and significance, Methodology, estimated budget and potential conferences to present results: Applicants must clearly explain and justify laboratory materials and analysis. It should be no longer than 3 double-spaced pages (include page numbers; citations may extend beyond the 3-page limit)
One recommendation letter of the potential/mentor: (student learning experiences, research skills and student attitudes)
Deadline for Semester- August 2017 Application: The application must be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15, 2017. (5:00 PM).