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SETAC/EA Jeff Black Fellowship Award
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This award was initiated in recognition of Jeff Black's life in science and his contributions to SETAC. The SETAC/EA Jeff Black Fellowship Award provides $2,000 to a  Master's-level student. Annually, EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC (EA) contributes $1,000 to the award, which is matched by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

Past Award Winners

  • Corie Fulton, 2018
  • Nicholas Cipoletti, 2017
  • Chantilly Higbee, 2016
  • Timothy A. Bock Jr., 2015
  • Katherine Strain, 2014 
  • Sun Young Jeong, 2013
  • Lauren A. Kristofco, 2012
  • Celina Gauthier, 2011
  • Sandy Wiggins, 2010
  • Kathryn Brausch, 2009
  • Shawna Nations, 2008
  • Laura Dobbins, 2007
  • Amanda Harwood, 2006
  • Crista Straub, 2005
  • Brian Koch, 2004
  • Kimberly Hays, 2003
  • Kimberly R. Parks, 2002
  • Jeffrey Gallagher, 2001
  • Aaron Roberts, 2000
  • Jennifer Hoffmann, 1999
  • Jason Conder, 1998


SETAC members worldwide are eligible for this award. Applicant must be a current SETAC member and a Master's student in any field of study encompassed by SETAC, or an entering Master's student. (Please provide letter of acceptance from your advisor.)

Application Instructions:

The application packet must contain all the materials requested below.

  • Cover page containing name and mailing address of applicant;
  • A statement of interest in your field of study (including research interests, if formulated) (Three (3) page maximum);
  • Transcripts of all completed undergraduate course work;
  • Two (2) letters of support (two (2) pages maximum). One of the letters should certify that the student is, in fact, a nominee for a master’s degree;
  • Advisors letter from the master's program advisor which could be one of the two letters of support that is required (two (2) pages maximum);
  • A curriculum vitae (two (2) pages maximum);
  • One Master's degree research proposal (one (1) page maximum).

Selection of Awardee:

The SETAC Awards and Fellowships Subcommittee for Research Awards will evaluate all nomination. The recipient will be announced at the SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting in Toronto, ON, Canada, 3-7 November 2019.

ALL applications must be submitted online by 30 April 2019.

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