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There are three options for interested green infrastructure research applicants:
Master of Landscape Architecture (1st or 2nd degree Post-Baccalaureate Degree) – The LARCP MLA Program is a two-year degree for a student with an accredited BLA degree, or a seven-semester program for a student with no design background.
Ph.D. in Environmental Design & Planning – The APDesign interdisciplinary doctoral program supports advanced graduate research utilizing a comprehensive view of design and planning to contribute to a more livable and ecologically sustainable society.
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ELP is excited to announce the launch of our new National Fellowship Program. Our National Fellowship Program offers intensive leadership and skills training, national networking opportunities, and time for personal and professional reflection. Through immersive retreats, our curriculum helps emerging leaders hone their leadership styles, improve their strategy and organizational development, and strengthen their outreach to diverse constituencies. Applications are being accepted. For more details, including retreat dates click here .
The ELP Fellowship is an innovative national program dedicated to training and supporting a diverse network of action-oriented emerging environmental leaders from the United States, U.S. Territories, and Freely Associated States. The ELP Fellowship provides training, project funding and a vibrant peer network to 20-25 individuals each year engaged in environmental and social change work. ELP fellows come from nonprofits, businesses, government, tribal government, and higher education, and include activists, artists, writers, lawyers, policy makers, entrepreneurs, and scientists. ELP is committed to fostering a reflective, diverse environmental movement capable of responding to our complex social and environmental challenges.
About the ELP Fellowship
The ELP Fellowship provides an opportunity for talented individuals to have a unique and substantial impact on environmental and social change through collaboration with other emerging leaders. We define emerging professionals as individuals with approximately three to ten years of work experience. We define "environmental" broadly to include public health, transportation policy and planning, economic development, and broad-based community organizing.
The two-year fellowship offers unique networking opportunities, intensive leadership and skills training, access to project seed money, travel and accommodations for four fellowship retreats, national recognition, and time for personal and professional reflection.
Learn more about the ELP Fellowship by going to our website www.elpnet.org.
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I am a Graduate Research Assistant in Kansas State University. I will graduate in my second M.Sc. in Biological and Agricultural Engineering in October 2015. My first master’s degree is in M.Sc. Environmental Science, Habitats and Biodiversity. I had a research on urban ecology, with focus on biodiversity. Beside this, I had an investigation on anthropogenic effects on urban green spaces and find ways to increase urban biodiversity for my first M.Sc. thesis. I did a comprehensive survey of all plant communities in downtown area. Results of my research published in Ecocity world summit 2009 Istanbul, Turkey and other conferences and journals. Moreover, during my second master degree I was working with the Kansas State University green roof team and we published a paper titled “Semi-arid Green Roof Research 2009-2014: Resilience of Native Species”. Also, during my study as a graduate student, I have experiences working in farms and gardens of Kansas State University.
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