CASE FELLOWSHIP ON BUILDING DECARBONIZATION FOR THE BUREAU OF ENERGY AND
TECHNOLOGY POLICY, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Rocky Hill, CT – The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE) is accepting applications for a Two-Year Science and Technology Policy Fellowship for Building Decarbonization for the Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Hartford, Connecticut, to begin between November 2021 and December 2021. Eligible candidates must have a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree — or for engineers, a masters in engineering with a minimum of three years of professional experience — in an environmental and/or energy science-related discipline with a focus on building electrification and/or climate solutions; knowledge of net-zero strategies for building decarbonization; experience working collaboratively with diverse stakeholders from the public and private sectors; word processing, spreadsheet, database management skills required; and excellent research, interpersonal and communication skills. Ph.D. candidates will be considered if completion of their Ph.D. is imminent (see the FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION and FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS for more information).
This is an opportunity for a scientist/engineer to engage at the nexus of research and policy on a significant energy and technology policy issue.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 19, 2021, at 5:00 pm EST
*MIDPOINT REVIEW: Applications received by Oct. 8, 2021 (5:00 pm EDT), will be reviewed by the CASE Fellowship Selection Committee. If a Fellow is selected from this pool of applicants, the CALL FOR APPLICATIONS will be closed prior to the November 19, 2021 Deadline. Changes to the Deadline can be viewed/verified via the following:
APPLICATION AND RELEVANT INFORMATION
This Fellowship is an opportunity to transform a researcher’s professional path. Some researchers who have completed Fellowships opt to remain in public service, while others return to academia, nonprofits, or industry with a deeper understanding of how science informs policymaking, enhancing their career as researchers, professors, consultants, and leaders from professional organizations, business, and industry.
CASE seeks to identify a diverse pool of candidates, including broad representation from individuals at different career stages, gender, age, race/ethnicity, physical ability, geographic location, and institutional affiliation.