Graduate Study & Fellowships: Science, Technology & Environmental Policy, U Minnesota
Opportunities for graduate study and research at the Science, Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP) program at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota.
They offer a vibrant interdisciplinary graduate program connecting science and engineering with sustainability system analysis and public policy to address some of society’s most pressing challenges. The research areas, with associated faculty members, include:
•Energy and Climate Policy (Elizabeth Wilson, Gabe Chan)
•Sustainable Infrastructure and Cities (Anu Ramaswami, and a Network of Researchers)
•Technology Innovation, Policy, and Governance (Gabe Chan, Steve Kelley)
•Urban Water and Food Systems (Anu Ramaswami, Mark Reiner)
•Risk and Resilience (Peter Calow, Kathy Quick)
New research grants to the program offer fellowship opportunities for incoming graduate students. For example, see: www.sustainablehealthycities.org
The MS Program is specifically designed for science and engineering graduates and professionals with an interest in environmental policy, sustainability systems management, and community engagement.
More information can be found at the website,