The Gilbert White Fellowship is not currently accepting applications, but we thank you for your interest in the program.
The fellowship is intended for researchers in any discipline who have a doctoral degree and plan to devote up to one year to scholarly work in areas related to natural resources, energy, or the environment. Social scientists, as well as natural scientists, interested in policy-relevant interdisciplinary research are encouraged to consider this opportunity. Teaching and/or research experience at the postdoctoral level is preferred, though not essential. Individuals holding positions in government, as well as at academic institutions, are also eligible.
Because Gilbert White Fellows will work closely with RFF researchers, selection criteria will include the nature of the applicant’s proposed research program and how it fits with work in progress and priorities within RFF’s two programs: Energy and Climate and Land, Water, and Nature.
The program is open to both US and non-US citizens, provided that applicants can provide proper work and residency documentation.
Gilbert F. White Fellowships may not necessarily be issued every year.
Edited by Melanie Colón