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Included in Edna Bailey Sussman Fund
GW recently was notified that it will be included in the Edna Sussman Environmental Internship program, a great opportunity for students who are dedicated to environmental studies. GW intends to submit five students nominations from among its various environmental graduate programs, including the Environmental and Energy Management Program, with a deadline in early February 2007 for applications to be submitted. Additional information is provided below. Interested students should contact Prof. Deason at email@example.com for further information.
A recent meeting with trustees of the Sussman Foundation made clear that applicants should have serious environmental interests and career ambitions and need to propose a serious project that can be completed in a summer in affiliation with some agency or nonprofit in the US. Field research seemed especially welcome, but almost anything that would in some way contribute to an improved environment should be acceptable. Students need to nail down an internship site and get a letter from the person who will supervise their work, so time is of the essence.
Edna Bailey Sussman Fund
Purpose: Enable students in environmental studies programs to obtain real-world experience and conduct projects of potential benefit to the environment through internships
Value: Stipend of approximately $5,000 for a 13-week
Eligible Candidates: Master’s or doctoral student studying full-time in an environmental studies program with intention to pursue a career in an environmental field; can be U.S. or international student
Eligible Fields: MA in Environmental and Resource Policy
Eligible Projects: Based at a nonprofit, government
agency, or possibly corporation
Deadline: Submit applications to the Office of Graduate Student Assistantships and Fellowships (Rice Hall 602, 2121 I St. NW) by February 14, 2007. Applications will be screened at GW before the allowed number of applications is forwarded to the Sussman Fund.
The George Washington University
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Department (EMSE)
Environmental & Energy Management Program (E&EM)
Fall 2006 (Volume 7, Number 2)