Attention top-performing sophomores with a passion for the environment and sustainability. Be sure to apply to the Graham Institute's Undergraduate Sustainability Scholars Program by January 15, 2013!
Only 25 second-year students are accepted into this 11-credit, supplemental studies building program each year. If accepted, in addition to leadership training and team-building activities, you’ll enjoy special access to, and funding for, exciting field-based sustainability courses. Whether you want to study sustainable energy options at U-M’s Camp Davis field station in Wyoming; organic farming and urban agriculture Havana, Cuba; or create your own independent study project, there are captivating field-based learning experiences awaiting you. As a Sustainability Scholar, you also take Sustainability & the Campus (ENVIRON/RCIDIV 391), a unique, hands-on opportunity to work on sustainability challenges at U-M. (You can register for the Winter 2014 class now.) You’ll also participate in a wide range of enriching co-curricular activities.
So if you’d like to be part of a community of scholars committed to learning, leading, and instilling positive change on and off campus—and receive up to $3,000 in field-study support—then be sure to apply by January 15, 2014! Please click here to learn more about the Sustainability Scholars program, and watch the video above to see what students have to say about the program.