Gilbert White Graduate Research Fellowship Fund

To provide fellowship support in the form of stipend and/or tuition for graduate students pursuing a Ph.D. in one of the disciplines represented within the Institute of Behavioral Science.

Named after the Natural Hazards Center's founder and long-time mentor, the Gilbert F. White Graduate Research Fellowship in Natural Hazards Mitigation will honor White by reflecting his life-long dedication to furthering knowledge and research regarding ways to alleviate the human suffering caused by natural hazards. The fund will ensure that hazards mitigation remains a central concern of academic scholarship. The fellowship will be open to any scholar in a relevant social science discipline and will reside at the Natural Hazards Center.

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Pure endowments exist into perpetuity and are invested accordingly. Distributions pursuant to the CU Foundation's Spending Policy are available for the fund purpose.