Sierra Deutsch receives Sylff Fellowship
ENVS doctoral student Sierra Deutsch has been selected to receive a Graduate Fellowship for International Research through and endowment to the Oregon University System by the Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff). Sylff Fellows demonstrate a sustained commitment to international concerns and pursuits, exemplify broad vision as well as a focus on a specific issue, and exhibit leadership in collaborating with others in cross-cultural contexts. The fellowship of $12,000 is given for one academic year of full-time pursuit of a graduate degree in an Oregon University System institution. Dependent upon the individual fellow’s status within the graduate program, fellowship monies may be applied to tuition and fees, living expenses, research costs and travel associated with the conduct of research, and other expenses related to graduate study.