Support of graduate and undergraduate students is one of the Center for the Environment's highest priorities. The Center provides a variety of resources, both financial and intellectual, to support students during their time at the University.
At the graduate level, the Center's Graduate Consortium on Energy and Environment offers interdisciplinary seminars and fellowships to graduate students enrolled in Harvard Ph.D. programs. Undergraduates are welcome to apply for summer research grants to work on independent projects or to work alongside Harvard faculty. All students are encouraged to consult the Center's Environmental Course Guide, a comprehensive listing of environment-related courses taught in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences or any of Harvard's other Schools. The Center promotes student participation in its various events programs and provides support to a variety of student groups, which are listed on this site.
The Center has been fortunate to receive generous financial support to expand its resources available for student research. Major funding has been provided through the generous gifts of Robert Ziff, along with his brothers Daniel and Dirk; Bertram Cohn; and Beverly Wu and Eric Larson.