Through a variety of grants, fellowships, and collaborative efforts, HUCE supports research related to the environment at every level.
The Environmental Fellows program enables recent doctorate recipients to work for two years with Harvard faculty members to create new environmental knowledge while also strengthening connections across the University's academic disciplines.
The Environmental Science and Public Policy Concentration, along with secondary field options, is designed to provide a multi-disciplinary introduction to current problems of the environment.
HUCE provides financial support for Harvard student research projects related to the environment either through independent research or research assistantships with Harvard faculty.
The Graduate Consortium on Climate & Energy fosters a community of Harvard doctoral students who are well versed in the broad, interconnected issues of energy and environment while maintaining their focus in their primary discipline.
HUCE awards research grants to Harvard faculty teams and individual faculty members to seed innovative and exciting new projects on issues that address major problems related to energy and environment.