Thanks to a generous gift, the Department of History of Science, Technology, and Medicine of the University of Oklahoma is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Taylor-Wei Dissertation Fellowship. This award, named in honor of the scientific achievements of Dr. Ronald C. Taylor and Dr. Ming-Ying Wei, consists of a $25,000 stipend for one year of research and writing on any topic related to the history of meteorology, climate science, and technologies related to those fields, broadly construed. We want to support social and cultural approaches to weather and climate and more technically-focused work.
|Organization||The University of Oklahoma|
|Number of Awards||NA|
|Contest Deadline||January 15, 2023|
Who is Eligible?
Graduate students from any institution are encouraged to apply. Opportunities will be available for the recipient to take advantage of the unique resources at OU, such as the National Weather Center and associated laboratories and the exceptional History of Science Collections, but there is no residence requirement.
How to Apply?
Application materials should be submitted by email to Professor Hunter Heyck: email@example.com. We are more than happy to respond to questions from applicants or advisers.
The deadline for the online submission of the application and supporting documents is January 15, 2023.