Open to applicants who either hold a PhD and are currently employed in a tenured or tenure-track position or practitioners with at least ten years of professional experience as senior leaders in the nonprofit, government, or private sector.
Fellows can receive stipends of one-half of their base academic pay (up to $90,000 per year).
The Salata Institute at Harvard University is accepting applications for up to five Climate and Sustainability Fellows positions starting fall 2024. Fellowships can last one or two semesters. Fellows will work on a scholarly or professional project addressing climate change and sustainability and join regular fellowship programming.