Lone Mountain Fellowship Program

Deadline: April 27 2018 at 11:59 PM MDT (Midnight)


Description

Lone Mountain Fellowships offer a unique opportunity for scholars, journalists, policy-makers and influencers, and environmentalists to advance our understanding of the role of markets and property rights in protecting and enhancing environmental resources. Lone Mountain Fellows are in residency at PERC in Bozeman, Montana for the duration of their fellowship.

Stipends for Lone Mountain Fellows vary with the nature of the work, duration of residence at PERC, and the Fellow's qualifications.

CRITERIA TO APPLY:
- Topic: The project focus must be on natural resources and environmental issues, including the study of property rights and/or innovation.
- Residency: Between 2 weeks and three months depending on the nature of the project.
- Presentations: Lone Mountain Fellows are expected to give at least one seminar at PERC.
- Participation: Lone Mountain Fellows are expected to interact with other PERC scholars and fellows while in residence and it is intended that the fellowship period be thought of as an opportunity to either establish or strengthen a continuing relationship with PERC.

Please note that if chosen for the program, you are required to complete an evaluation of the program your final week in residency.

Requirements

-Resume/Vita
-A brief budget statement related to your proposal.
-A short (2-3 page) research proposal summarizing the work to be undertaken while at PERC
-Individuals who are at a relatively early stage of their career (e.g. untenured faculty or journalists in the first five years of their career) should have a senior participant in the field write a letter of recommendation on their behalf.

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