Published: Oct. 5, 2018

Open to: undergraduate students from under-represented groups in their home countries currently enrolled in their second year of college at an accredited four-year college or university.
Respond by: November 15, 2018

Job Title: Global Sustainability Scholar

Description: New fellows program launched at CU Boulder designed to “foster the professional development of a new generation of diverse scientists in transdisciplinary sustainability science and innovation.” A three-summer international fellowship for undergraduates studying sustainability science, where students work across cultures, borders, and disciplines with leading scientists on critical sustainability issues. Each year we select 7-10 undergraduates from participating countries, to join a GSS cohort and the larger international sustainability solutions community. Each cohort of scholars will focus their training and research experience on a theme with in Sustainability. The 2018 cohort will focus on the Food, Energy and Water Nexus. We anticipate that the 2019 cohort will focus on Ocean Sustainability. 

Primary Contact: Kirsten Rowell, PhD

Environmental Studies Program | Adjunct Faculty
Research LEADERSHIP Program | Director
Research & Innovation Office 
University of Colorado-Boulder

Contact Information: Kirsten.Rowell@Colorado.EDU, and for more information: 

Applicant must be in the second year of their program.