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Escuela de Asuntos Ambientales - Project: Atlantic Emerging Technologies & Industrial Hygiene Training Center

Escuela de Asuntos Ambientales

Project: Atlantic Emerging Technologies & Industrial Hygiene Training Center


SUBAWARD 41977-B
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

Ajay 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 um_arodrigu@suagm.edu by August 15, 2017. (5:00 PM).


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