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The Environmental Studies Program at CU-Boulder is designed to educate the leaders, scientists, teachers, and informed citizens who will create a sustainable future for our environment and ourselves in the 21st century. It offers a broad, but rigorous, interdisciplinary education for both undergraduate and graduate students, drawing on courses and expertise from more than thirty departments, centers, and other units on campus emphasizing the earth and natural sciences as well as the social sciences and humanities. Students can also take advantage of many opportunities for less-formal "real-world" learning, including internships for class credit.
A gift to the Environmental Studies Program will provide critical funding for the Environmental Studies’ highest ongoing needs including: student and programmatic support and sponsorship of departmental colloquia, lectures and special events. These gifts will help Environmental Studies students and faculty forge links to the broader environmental community.
A gift to the Environmental Studies Undergraduate Scholarship Fund will help make CU-Boulder more affordable for our undergraduate students. Scholarship support will reduce the amount of loans, making a dramatic difference in the lives of middle- and lower-income students and their families.
A gift to the Environmental Studies Graduate Fellowship Fund will support Ph.D., M.S., and graduate professional students. The availability of generous fellowships helps draw the world’s best students to CU Boulder and will significantly enhance the program’s faculty recruitment efforts.
A gift to the Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex (SEEC) will provide vital funds to create the facilities and infrastructure necessary to support the Environmental Studies Program. SEEC will offer premiere learning spaces and state-of-the art laboratories, will bring together educators and research experts to expand on their groundbreaking advances in scientific research and analysis, support the development of responsive public policy, and educate the next generation of leaders, scientists, engineers, and citizens.
A gift to the Red Cross/Red Crescent Student Travel Fund will provide support for CU-Boulder student travel to Red Cross/Red Crescent projects.
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Aquatic chemistry, fate and transport of contaminants in natural waters, microbes in groundwater, acid mine drainage.