REGISTRATION WILL OPEN AUGUST 9, 2021 FOR THE 2021-22 ACADEMIC YEAR
The Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) is launching the newly-redesigned Graduate Consortium on Climate and Energy to connect graduate students from across the University interested in broadening their academic experience beyond their home departments and Schools. The Consortium offers students opportunities to become well versed in the interconnected challenges of climate change and energy through interdisciplinary coursework and regular group discussion sessions with Harvard faculty. Key program features will likely include:
Master’s and Doctoral cohort tracks
HUCE is planning to offer parallel tracks for students in master’s programs and doctoral programs.
Students will take a foundational climate/energy course and one additional course outside of their general academic area.
Students will meet monthly for group discussions with leading climate/energy faculty from across campus.
Doctoral student participants will be able to apply for up to $1000 to attend conferences and workshops (in person or remotely) outside of their home disciplines.
All Harvard master’s students are eligible to apply while Harvard doctoral students are required to have completed one year before beginning the program. All Consortium participants need the permission of their advisers at the time of application.
Any questions can be directed to the HUCE Managing Director, Jim Clem, at firstname.lastname@example.org