College of Charleston Fellowships
Joanna Foundation Graduate Fellowship in Marine Biology
This fellowship is awarded to marine biology candidates with the strongest overall academic record. Contact the Marine Biology Program Director for more information.
External Fellowship Opportunities
Opportunities are listed chronologically by application deadline.
Clean Air-Cool Planet (CA-CP) 2013 Fellowships
Clean Air-Cool Planet
CA-CP’s Climate Fellowships pair outstanding students with challenging, important projects that will propel the US toward a low-carbon future. CA-CP Climate Fellows undertake challenging projects, receive supervision, mentorship, unique networking opportunities, and a stipend.
Multiple fellowships offered on topics such as: Campus Sustainability, Climate Impacts and Adaptation, Climate Resilient Food Systems and Municipal Climate Action.
If you’re interested in applying to any of the Fellowships, the first step is to register. Once you’ve completed your registration, you’ll receive instructions on where to send your application materials (generally a resume and cover letter, with some Fellowships requesting additional attachments). All Fellowship applications must be received by March 1, 2013, in order to be considered.
Due to the volume of inquiries about the Climate Fellowship program, Clean Air-Cool Planet is unable to respond to individual applicant questions. Please tune in to the informational session via webinar to learn about the application process, placement opportunities, calendar, and professional development opportunities. The session will be led by Jenn Andrews, CA-CP’s Deputy Director. Webinar participants will be able to submit questions during the session. Monday Feb 25th at 5:00 p.m. Eastern: Register at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/654304928
World Peace Fellowships
Applications must be made through a local Rotary club. Applications submitted directly to The Rotary Foundation will not be considered. Please consult your local club for the application deadline and procedure.
The sponsor wishes to improve health, support education, and alleviate poverty. This program is intended for individuals who have chosen a career in international relations, peace, and conflict resolution and who already have no less than three years' experience in these areas.
The purpose of the program is to support and advance research, teaching, publication, and practical field experience on issues of peace, goodwill, causes of conflict, and world understanding; Inspire people to work for a culture of peace and tolerance while enhancing their capacity, knowledge, and skill by generating interaction between practitioners and academics; Provide advanced international education opportunities in the area of peace and conflict resolution; and Provide a means for The Rotary Foundation and Rotarians to increase their effectiveness in promoting greater tolerance and cooperation among peoples, leading to world understanding and peace. The Rotary Foundation has partnered with eight leading universities worldwide in establishing seven Rotary Centers for International Studies. Each year a new class of Rotary World Peace Fellows is selected to study in a master's degree program in international relations, peace, and conflict resolution lasting up to two years and a professional development certificate program in peace and conflict studies lasting up to three months.
Applicants must: hold a bachelor's degree or commensurate experience as a minimum, with strong academic achievement; have a minimum five years relevant work experience with current full-time employment in a mid- to upper-level position (professional development certificate); or a minimum of three years combined paid or unpaid full-time relevant work experience (master's degree); have proficiency in a second language (master's degree) or proficiency in English (professional development certificate); and have strong leadership skills. Individuals applying immediately after obtaining an undergraduate degree are generally not strong candidates for Rotary World Peace Fellowships.
The Master's Degree option is for fifteen to twenty-four months, with a two- to three-month practical internship during the summer break. The Professional Development Certificate option is for on three-month course, with two to three weeks of field study incorporated into the curriculum. The fellowship provides funding for the following: Master's degree: registration, tuition for a normal course load as defined by the university, and other necessary and required university fees; a monthly stipend for room and board based on the cost of student living in the study area; transportation funding between my home and study cities at the beginning and end of the fellowship term; and a limited contingency fund meant to pay for the cost of books, supplies, and unanticipated expenses. Professional development certificate: tuition and fees, room and board in program-provided housing, field study expenses, educational materials, medical insurance, and transportation between my home and study cities at the beginning and end of the fellowship term.
One Rotary Center
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201-3698
College of Charleston:
Susan E. Anderson
Assistant Vice President for Research &
Director, Office of Research & Grants Administration
College of Charleston