The Gaylord Donnelley Postdoctoral Environmental Fellowship
The Donnelley Fellowship supports postdoctoral fellowships for research in biodiversity or a combination of biodiversity with conservation and public policy. The Fellowship was created to honor the memory of Mr. Gaylord Donnelley, Yale Class of 1931, a conservationist dedicated to advances in research and education. The Fellowship, which was established by Mr. Donnelley’s widow, Dorothy and son Strachan, is funded by an endowment from the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation and the Donnelley Family and is administered by the Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies (YIBS).
2015 Donnelley Fellows:
Adam Roddy (School of Forestry & Environmental Studies)
Charlotte O’Brien (Department of Geology & Geophysics)
Jason Lam (School of Forestry & Environmental Studies)
Lindsey Swierk (School of Forestry & Environmental Studies)
Oliver Griffith (Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology)
Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies (YIBS) Postdoctoral Environmental Fellowship
YIBS Postdoctoral Environmental Fellowships add to the number of postdoctoral awards that YIBS is able to give each year. This fellowship is supported by YIBS Program Support funds when available, and applying for the YIBS Postdoctoral Fellowship uses the same application process as the Donnelley Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Submissions for nomination and applications are now closed. The 2016 Call for Nominations will be posted in Fall 2016. For general information about the application process, view the 2015 Call for Nominations.