Matriculated graduate students at any of Tufts University’s graduate programs and professional schools are eligible to apply for TIE fellowships to conduct interdisciplinary environmental research projects. This is an opportunity to recognize and provide greater visibility for stellar interdisciplinary students and their work. Selected students will be receive funding toward a research stipend and/or supplies (up to $6000 per graduate fellowship).
For detailed information about what the fellowship program entails, visit the Fellowship Program page.
Request for Proposals and Budget Template
Download the budget template here.
View Tisch Library’s research guide for proposal development help.
Hear from some current TIE Fellows about how the TIE Fellowship has impacted them.
For a list of TIE’s previous annual fellows, please see here.
Emily Geosling, TIE Program Coordinator
|“I’m very thankful for the TIE fellowship. It has been so important in my career already – it was the first fellowship that I was awarded that put a lot of trust in me as a scientist early in my graduate career. It was what I consider a ‘seed grant’ – it allowed me to collect the data that I later leveraged to get a National Science Foundation fellowship. I can’t thank TIE enough for it.”
– Anne Madden, Biology PhD candidate