Last updated: January 14, 2020
The Natural Resource Stewardship and Science Directorate, in partnership with the National Park Foundation, is excited to announce three fellowship teams selected to carry out the National Park Foundation Science Fellowships. The fellowships are funded through the support of Karen Swett Conway, National Park Foundation Board of Directors, and her husband Brian Conway. The fellowships are an opportunity for postdoc fellows to conduct research that can help inform management actions of the National Park Service.
After review of many impressive proposals, three teams consisting of a faculty mentor and a postdoc fellow have been selected to embark on innovative science research. Each team will focus on a different topical area that addresses one of the following resource management challenges:
1) Addressing increasing visitor use by integrating social science and resource stewardship,
2) Enhancing ocean and coastal resource stewardship, and
3) Embracing collaborative conservation at the landscape scale.
For more information and to meet the fellowship teams visit: go.nps.gov/conwaysciencefellowship