The 2022-23 application cycle has closed. Decisions will be emailed to the applicants the week of March 28, 2022. Please check here next year to apply for the 2023-24 cycle!
NOTE: Applicants proposing to sustain an existing project supported by the Schweitzer Fellowship should explain why they are choosing to continue this particular project and the ways in which the project will be expanded or quality improved. Applicants applying as a pair should discuss the role of each partner.
Personal and Professional Information as it Relates to Fellowship Activities
Please discuss the following: (suggested word count 600)
Ways in which your participation as a Schweitzer Fellow would be meaningful to your personal and professional development
Skills and experiences you will bring to the Fellowship
What it might mean for you to belong to an alumni network of "Fellows for Life"
Any unique, personally important, and/or challenging factors in your background, and how they have influenced your goals and preparation for your career
Please list the contact information for one reference, ideally a faculty member from your school. SECOND, please indicate who will serve as your Academic Mentor for the Schweitzer Fellowship. For each person, describe your relationship in one sentence and include contact information such as telephone number and email address.
Please upload your CV as a PDF.
Please upload a head shot of yourself. This does not have to be a formal picture.
If you do not receive a confirmation email within an hour, please email Dr. Link at Andrea.Link@asfhg.org