What is a Smith Fellowship?
The David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Program seeks to develop future world leaders and entrepreneurs who are successful at linking conservation science and application. Smith Fellowships provide two years of postdoctoral support to outstanding early-career scientists.
The Smith Fellows Program is currently searching for its next Executive Director! Full position profile here.
Introducing the Class of 2022!
Pre-proposal webinar with application/selection process overview and FAQ recording posted here!
Cedar Tree Foundation Announces the Retirement of Smith Fellows Executive Director Mike Dombeck.
Meet the Class of 2021!
The Smith Fellowship shares the sentiments of its administrative partner, the Society for Conservation Biology, condemning anti-Black violence and commits itself in service of efforts to make the Program, the Society, and the field of conservation more equitable, inclusive, and just.
Meet the Class of 2020!
Smith Fellows author SCB policy statement opposing construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on Mauna Kea (Mauna a Wākea), Hawai'i
Smith Fellows author policy brief on banning microbeads