Funding: Environmental Policy Graduate Scholarships for Students from China, South Korea and Japan

money [150-2]The Bard Center for Environmental Policy in New York State is pleased to announce the availability of new Henry Luce Foundation Scholarships for students from East Asia (China, Japan or South Korea) to complete a two-year Master of Science degree in Environmental Policy or Climate Science and Policy starting August 2014.

The LIASE Scholarships (Luce Initiative for Asian Studies and the Environment) provide a full tuition waiver in the first year, and at least 50% of tuition in the second year. Students are responsible for travel costs, and for expenses for room and board.
LIASE Scholarship students in the CEP program will participate in an annual conference featuring undergraduate and graduate research on Asia and the Environment with students from across the northeastern United States, as well as a conference on Asian Environmental Policy to be held in Seoul Korea during the summer of 2015.

Bard College will award one two-year LIASE Scholarship to a qualified applicant each year for the next three years. LIASE Scholarship applicants must be citizens of one of China, Japan or South Korea, and must have a demonstrated interest in environmental policy in their region.  Applicants for the LIASE Scholarship should, in addition to a regular application, provide a one-page letter discussing their research interests in Asian environmental policy.

For more information, please contact Molly Williams:

Eban Goodstein,
Director, Bard Center for Environmental Policy and
Director,Bard MBA in Sustainability
Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504
845-758-7067 (t) / 845-758-7636 (f)

Chris Coggins
Faculty in Geography and Asian Studies
Bard College at Simon?s Rock
84 Alford Road
Great Barrington, MA 01230
Office Phone: (413) 528-7282


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