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CASE Fellowship on the Emerging Contaminants/Per- & polyfluoroalkyl Substances Fellowship Project

CASE is accepting applications for a Two-Year Fellowship at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in Hartford, Connecticut, to begin between November 2018 and January 2019 pending completion of the Fellow Selection Process and availability of the selected Fellow.

Eligible candidates must have a PhD or equivalent terminal degree — or for engineers, a masters in engineering with three years of professional experience — in an environmental science-related discipline or public health with a focus on environmental toxicology.
PhD or equivalent terminal degree candidates will be considered if completion of their degree is imminent (see the FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION and FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS for more information).

CASE seeks to identify a diverse pool of candidates, including broad representation from individuals at different career stages, gender, age, race/ethnicity, physical ability, geographic location, and institutional affiliation.


Deadline for applications is Monday, December 3, 2018*, by 5:00 pm EST. Submit your application via email to Terri Clark, Associate Director, CASE, tclark@ctcase. Incomplete or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
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*MIDPOINT REVIEW: Applications received by Oct. 15, 2018, will be reviewed by the CASE Fellowship Selection Committee. If a Fellow is selected from this pool of applicants, the CALL FOR APPLICATIONS will be closed prior to the Dec. 3, 2018 Deadline.  Changes to the Deadline can be viewed/verified via the following:

To access the application, instructions for submitting the application, planned scope of work and frequently asked questions, click on the following links:

BACKGROUND FOR THE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM: CASE envisions that the Connecticut Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Program will provide high quality science and technology resources to inform public policy. The mission is to provide opportunities for Fellows and policymakers to learn from each other for the purpose of ensuring that science and technology are considered in the development of related policy and legislation.

Fellowship program goals include:

  • Providing opportunities for scientists, technologists, engineers and policymakers to engage together for the purpose of informing public policy
  • Implementing a sustainable Connecticut Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Program
  • Building the state’s science, engineering, and technology resources with public policy experience by establishing a network of current and former state-level and national Fellows

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