The following university programs are listed alphabetically by university name. If you wish to list your program on our website, please contact CDMS Contacts.
- REACH IGERT at the University of California, Davis
- In the REACH IGERT, participants will develop a multidisciplinary understanding of the biological and social mechanisms needed to respond to rapid environmental change.
- CyLab Usable Privacy and Security Doctoral Training Program at Carnegie Mellon University
- The goal of this program is to serve as a catalyst to shape the field of usable privacy and security by developing and training a new generation of researchers in methodologies, principles, and approaches that can be applied across systems and applications, in contrast to one-off solutions.
- Integrative Training in Ecology, Conservation & Pathogen Biology (ECPB)
- Central to ECPB’s integrative focus is studying the reciprocal relationship between infectious diseases and ecosystems, and how human induced environmental change affects this dynamic.
- The Dynamics of Brain-Body-Environment Systems in Behavior and Cognition at Indiana University - Bloomington
- The goal of our program is to train doctoral students to think across traditional levels of analysis in the cognitive, behavioral and brain sciences.
- Cognitive Science at the University of Kentucky
- Cognitive Science is an interdisciplinary field with the goal of understanding mind and intelligence.
- Graduate Training in Risk Analysis for Introduced Species and Genotypes at the University of Minnesota
- This program affords students an opportunity to develop the analytic-deliberative skills needed for risk analysis of biological introductions and to participate in research addressing real-world problems critical to advancing this field by addressing four focal areas of inquiry.
- The Resilience and Adaptive Governance in Stressed Watersheds at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is looking for doctoral students interested expanding their education from traditional training in natural sciences, computer science, and social sciences to a broader, multi-disciplinary approach with a focus on stressed watersheds.
- Center for Mind, Brain, and Computation at Stanford University
- One of the main goals of the Center for Mind, Brain, and Computation is to train future scientists to investigate the emergent functions of neural systems in the brain using a combination of computational and experimental approaches and/or to investigate the computational properties of brain-like processes and mechanisms.
- The Certificate on Humans and the Global Environment (CHANGE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
- The CHANGE program involves faculty members in departments ranging across atmospheric and oceanic sciences, ecology, environmental studies, veterinary medicine, and sociology.