Education & Training: Fellowships

Robert and Judy Marans & Kan and Lillian Chen Fellowship in Sustainability & Survey Methodology

The Robert and Judy Marans & Kan and Lillian Chen Fellowship in Sustainability & Survey Methodology was established to provide support for an early-stage graduate student from any unit at the University of Michigan to earn a certificate in survey methodology from the Institute for Social Research (ISR) Program in Survey Methodology (PSM). The fellowship will support a student who demonstrates a strong commitment to fostering sustainability using social science research methods in combination with creativity and other disciplinary technical skills. This award is based on the belief that the answers to complex sustainability challenges can only be developed through technical solutions that incorporate an understanding of human behavior. The Fellowship linking the Graham Institute and ISR is one way to be sure that interdisciplinary problem solving occurs.

For more information, as well as application procedures and deadlines, please visit the Robert and Judy Marans & Kan and Lillian Chen Fellowship webpage.