Sophomores with a passion for the environment and sustainability are invited to apply to the Graham Institute's Undergraduate Sustainability Scholars Program by January 15, 2015.
Only 25 second-year students are accepted into this nine-credit, supplemental studies program each year. Those accepted participate in a wide range of leadership-building activities. They also enjoy special access to, and funding for, exciting field-based sustainability courses.
So, whether a student wants to study sustainable energy options at U-M's Camp Davis field station in Wyoming; organic farming and urban agriculture Havana, Cuba; or create their own independent study project, there are captivating field-based learning experiences available.
To support their experiential learning, Graham Scholars receive up to $3,000 in field-study funding. CLICK HERE to learn more, and watch a video of students sharing what being a "Sustainability Scholar" has meant to them!