Environmental Studies Endowed Student Support Fund
ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 RECIPIENTS:
Batoul is an Environmental Studies and Political Science major graduating 2021. She is from Mukilteo, Washington, and is currently a Storytelling and Editorial Fellow at Our Climate Voices, a digital media platform seeking to humanize the climate crisis by centering the voices of those most impacted by environmental harm through ethical storytelling.
There is still time to apply for several fully funded year-long international experiences!
See details below from Robin Chang, UW’s Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards. Rising seniors, new or current graduate and professional students, and alumni may be eligible to apply:
Luce Scholars Program – Apply by Sept.
Congratulations to Environmental Studies majors Cassie Maylor and Olivia Scott, our 2017-2018 Environmental Leadership Scholarship recipients!
Program on the Environment, with support from generous donors, awards scholarships to two students each year who demonstrate a passion for environmental studies, integrative thought and action in their academics and activities, and a vision of how they hope to make a positive difference in the world.
Now’s your chance to reflect on your accomplishments and receive some compensation for being the rockstar student you are!
The Environmental Leadership Scholarship recognizes the outstanding achievements, leadership skills, and potential of students pursuing a future in the environmental field.
Congratulations to Environmental Studies majors Mishu Pham-Whipple and Danielle Bogardus, our 2016-2017 Environmental Leadership Scholarship recipients! Your leadership and efforts to raise awareness and spur action regarding environmental challenges is inspiring.Read more
As a Mary Gates Scholar, you get recognition for being a leader, additional opportunities to present your work at conferences, and special invitations to attend dinners and lectures with prominent leaders.Read more
Opportunity from Emma Tamlin at Green Roofs for Healthy Cities:
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities is a non-profit organization that prioritizes green roof and wall development in North America as a way to combat the numerous social and environmental challenges cities face.
Hope you’re staying cool this summer. URP brings the following research-related opportunities, presentations, and deadlines to your attention.
(1) URP Seeks Undergraduate Research Leaders – Apply by September 1
(2) Attend a URP Info Session to get started in undergrad research
(3) EIP-Presidential Scholarship – Apply by September 9
(4) Journal of Young Investigators Undergraduate Research Photography Competition – Submit by September 1, 2016
(5) Attend the Society for Redox Biology and Medicine (SfRRBM) International Conference in San Francisco – Submit Abstract by Sept.
The Environmental Leadership Scholarship recognizes the outstanding achievements, leadership skills, and potential of students pursuing a future in the environmental field. Two Environmental Leadership Scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded to two students in the major who demonstrate a passion for environmental studies, integrative thought and action in their academics and activities, and a vision of how they hope to make a positive difference in the world.Read more