- At the one year mark, you will be asked to share an update about the status of your research.
- In publications and presentations, acknowledge ISR and this award’s support.
- Awards are intended for use within one year, but may be extended upon request for an additional six months
- Must be a U-M doctoral candidate whose dissertation deals with the human aspects of environmental sustainability
- Deadline: To be determined
- Award Amount: To be determined
- Documents required for submission
- Curriculum Vitae
- Proposal Document
- If you have any questions about the award process, please contact [email protected]
Previous Marans/Chen Award Recipients
- Soobin Choi, 2023 – Communicating Climate Change Efficacy
- Jess Lasoff-Santos, 2022 – Psychological effects of municipal resilience planning on citizens
- Aubrey Langeland – Informal Electronic Waste Recycling
- Sooji Kim – Sustainability in Higher Education
- James Erbaugh – Logging and conservation: Two sides of the same coin
- Sarah Mills – Examining wind turbines as a farmland preservation tool
- Alexandra Cohen – Sustainability Challenges, Judgments, and Decision Support
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