We encourage inquiries on MA, MS, or Ph.D. based research in SILC. Most SILC graduate projects will be associated with the Environmental Studies Program (ENVS). We also work closely with the Mortenson Center in Global Engineering and associated graduate programs in Engineering as well as the Masters of the Environment professional training program.
if you have questions on a research thesis in SILC involving your participation in these or other programs, please reach out to Jason Neff, SILC's Director and ENVS facullty member.
Graduate Opportunity Announcements
The Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) offers a wide range of services, support, and expertise to help graduate students with digital research needs. Attend one of the CRDDS workshops offered.
- The Global Sustainability Scholars Program accepts applications from graduate students from partnering Universities at the University of Colorado - Boulder, Colorado State, and George Mason University in the GSS "Plus" program each year. Learn more here >
Find these and other graduate resources on the SILC Funding and Opportunities webpage.