Three fellowships are associated with the Schatz Energy Research Center, thanks to generous funding from the Blue Lake Rancheria, Andrea and Donald Tuttle, and the Schatz Center.
Who is eligible?
Applicants in the Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE) and Energy, Technology, and Policy (ETaP) pathways of the Environmental Systems graduate program at Humboldt State University, who intend to research or conduct project work in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or related areas in the clean energy field.
How do I apply?
Graduate program applications are due by February 1 for fall enrollment. All Environmental Systems ERE & ETaP program applicants are automatically considered for the following fellowships when they apply to the graduate program.>
In your graduate application essay, please discuss the line of research or project work that you propose to pursue at HSU, and how your prior studies and experience have prepared you for this pursuit.
Blue Lake Rancheria Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies – The Blue Lake Rancheria (BLR) Tribe Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies is funded by the tribe in honor of legendary local STEM educator, the late Jean Rousseau.
Donald and Andrea Tuttle Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies - This fellowship is funded by Donald and Andrea Tuttle as part of an effort to tackle the challenges posed by climate change and reduce its impacts on humanity and ecosystems.
Schatz Energy Fellowship – The Schatz Energy Fellowship supports graduate studies in renewable energy and energy efficiency at Humboldt State.
The 2017-18 fellows are Thalia Quinn (Schatz), Steven Shoemaker (BLR), Anamika Singh (BLR), and Jimento Aikhuele (Schatz).
Past fellowship recipients include: Pramod Singh, Asif Hassan, Nick Turman-Bryant, Billy Karis, Meg Harper, Brendon Mendonca, Tirian Mink, and Ranjit Deshmukh.