The Voss Environmental Fellows Program is a different kind of independent research experience, introducing undergraduate researchers to the dynamic interface between environmental scholarship, policy, and practice. In past years, student-faculty-practitioner teams developed research projects to meet shared objectives – directing scientific discovery into channels that will inform current and future management choices.
This coming year, students will focus on a broad array of environmentally relevant scientific research, with an aim of developing senior research theses that build from intensive summer research experiences. Recipients of Voss Fellowships will be afforded unique opportunities for professional development and networking. These Fellows are also able to apply for admission to a spring-semester course on Engaged Environmental Scholarship and Communication.
For a description of current application procedures, click here.