For students interested in a doctoral degree:
Dr. Leiserowitz is on the research, not teaching faculty and thus cannot sponsor or serve as a primary advisor for doctoral students. You will need to contact one of our teaching faculty if you are considering an application to the doctoral program at the Yale School of the Environment. Dr. Leiserowitz does occasionally serve as a secondary advisor or committee member for enrolled doctoral students that have a strong interest in environmental perception and communication.
For students interested in a masters degree:
Dr. Leiserowitz does occasionally serve as a primary advisor for masters students with a strong interest in environmental perception and communication.
Additionally, there are opportunities for doctoral students, masters students and undergraduates to work as research assistants with the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. If you are admitted to Yale and would like to know more about these opportunities, please contact Lisa Fernandez, our Associate Director, for more information.