CBO is committed to developing fellowship opportunities for ASU and partner organizations that result in new knowledge in biodiversity science. These fellowships will leverage high-quality research and biodiversity solutions in partnership with government agencies, nongovernmental agencies, foundations and corporations.
McDowell Sonoran Conservancy Biodiversity Fellowship
The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy will support biodiversity fellowships in collaboration with CBO affiliated units in order to develop and carry out experimental research that address priority issues related to Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
Apply by May 15, 2016 for the 2016-2017 Fellowship. Application information .
Huizingh Desert Research Fellowship
The Desert Botanical Garden and ASU’s School of Life Sciences support the Huizingh Desert Research Fellowship, which provides five years of funding for a Ph.D. student. The fellowship is named in honor of William Huizingh, a former professor and dean at ASU and past president of the board of trustees of the Desert Botanical Garden.
The Central Arizona Conservation Alliance Biodiversity Fellowship
The CAZCA fellowship will support biodiversity fellowships in collaboration with CBO affiliated units in order to develop and carry out use-inspired research in priority areas focused on Central Arizona regional conservation
Apply by June 15, 2016 for the 2016-2017 Fellowship. Application information .
USAID Biodiversity Fellowships
CBO partners with USAID to offer fellowships in collaboration with partners working on biodiversity conservation in the global south.
The Nature Conservancy NatureNet Postdoctoral Fellowship
CBO and ABO affiliate units partner with The Nature Conservancy to support a post-doctoral fellow in interdisciplinary research designed to achieve biodiversity outcomes. NatureNet fellows work closely with faculty mentors to advance research in one of CBO’s focal areas.